Beyoncé was caught by surprise when an over-excited fan pulled her off stage during a performance in Brazil on Sunday.
The shirtless fan somehow managed to climb up to the platform where Beyoncé was singing, putting his arms around her and yanking her off the stage. No damage was done, as security guards acted fast in rushing to her aid, getting the singer out of the fan's tight embrace.
Before the incident, Beyoncé was singing and dancing on a square platform that was surrounded by concertgoers. As she crouched down and sang to fans on one side of the platform, the overzealous man jumped up and grabbed the singer, quickly pulling her off the stage.
When security detangled her from the man's embrace and put her back up on the platform, Beyoncé continued singing "Irreplaceable" as if nothing happened. When she finished the song, she grabbed a Brazilian flag that was on the floor and said, "It's all right, it's all right." Then, she walked towards the fan and asked him his name, repeating that "it's all right," and later adding, "I love you all!"
This wasn't the first incident for Beyoncé while performing during her Mrs. Carter Show, though. Two months ago, the pop singer was attacked by another fan, this one however, wasn't human, but a real, huge, spinning fan. While singing "Halo" in Montreal, Beyoncé's hair was caught in the large fan blades and a security guard had to untangle her tresses as she continued to sing without a second thought.
The mother-of-one has her little 1-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, with her on tour, so she's pulling double duty as mom and performer. But, it's not all work and no play for the Carter girls. Just recently, the pair spent some time aboard a luxury yacht while on a family vacation off the coast of Italy.
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