Alicia Keys was generous enough to give her fans in Brazil a fantastic photo opportunity on Saturday when her car stopped in a town in Rio De Janeiro. Routine police officers asked the “Girl On Fire” songstress for a vehicle check after her team arrived in Santa Teresa, Daily Mail Online reported.

As the police checkpoint was made, local fans quickly recognized Keys and asked to take pictures with her. The photos of the encounter were shared by the Daily Mail Online.

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The singer was just wearing her casual shades, black top and a pair of pants. She accessorized the look with a simple gray jacket and a pair of earrings. She was wearing no make-up as it was supposedly a normal day for her.

Photos showed that Keys was happy to have a photo opportunity with fans, as she smiled and hugged them, the Daily Mail added. This singer is well known for her famous hits “If I Ain’t Got You,” “Empire State Of Mind,” and “No One."

Rio music festival

Alicia Keys is slated to perform in “Rock In Rio,” a big musical event held annually in Brazil. This year is the 18th edition of the musical affair, gathering together both local and international artists in the world, PR News Wire reported.

Some of the featured performances include Maroon 5, Aerosmith, 5 Seconds of Summer, Shawn Mendes, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Def Leppard and Fergie. Mendes and Fergie have already graced the stage last weekend.

The “Rock In Rio” musical festival features various genres such as indie, R&B, street-style and electronic beats.

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The concert has started last weekend, with events running from 2 p.m. until past midnight.

The first shows were held from September 15 to September 17, while the final set of shows will be held from September 21 to September 24. The venue for this year’s Rio music festival is in Cidade do Rock, the former Olympic village in Brazil.

Magazine shoot

Aside from her performance in the event, Alicia Keys also visited Brazil for her magazine shoot for Elle Brazil, the local counterpart of the famous fashion and lifestyle magazine, the Daily Mail Online reported as well. She has been promoting her “No Make Look” campaign.

She thanked the magazine on Instagram for capturing her image with the makeup colors. She added that she cannot wait to feel the vibrant energy in Rio, noting that Brazil “is a country with plenty of soul, electricity, vibe, and culture.” She wished to feel the "same kind of love and celebration energy," when she returns to this South American nation.