Singer Beyonce performs at the BRIT Awards, celebrating British pop music, at the O2 Arena in London
Singer Beyonce performs at the BRIT Awards, celebrating British pop music, at the O2 Arena in London February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Toby Melville REUTERS/Toby Melville

Music superstar Beyonce is spreading the love this Christmas season as she made one of her superfan "literally fell to the floor" when she received her holiday cheer. Queen Bey's superfan is no other than "Orange is the New Black" actress Laverne Cox who made headlines this year as Netflix's Sophia Burset.

Cox received her biggest Christmas surprise less than a week before the big day when opened her mailbox and found the holiday card. The actress even shared the good news through her Instagram account but did not share what was written on the card. The 30-year-old star even admitted that she received a sweatshirt with the words "Cake by the Pound" inscribed on it.

"Thanks Bey for the gift," she wrote. "I have had an awesome year and this is certainly a highlight. Happy holidays to you and your beautiful family. Thanks for all the amazing music and endless inspiration you've given to me and so many over the past 16 years. Since No No No I have been saying YASSS YASSS YASSS! #QueenBey foever."

It seems the "Crazy In Love" singer is taking the holidays seriously as she managed to send a personalised cards to her fans. Back in November, Beyonce posted some pictures of her daughter Blue Ivy in front of a huge Christmas tree and even posted a picture of herself with a Chanel shopping bag by the tree as she sends some holiday cheer.

Meanwhile, Beyonce and Jay Z lost the mansion they were bidding on to a Swedish creator of Minecraft, Markus Persson. Mr. and Mrs. Carter reportedly visited the estate six times before they were outbid for a few millions by the Minecraft maven, according to TMZ source.

Dubbed as Beverly Hills' most expensive mansion, the estate features cases of Dom Perignon, a replica of James Dean's motorcycle, a room full of candy and two dozen of Roberto Cavalli place setting that is valued at $3,700 each. Persson sold his company to Microsoft for $2.5 billion and purchased the mansion for $70 million, $15 million lower than its listed price.