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Crazed fan pulls Beyoncé off stage

16 September 2013, 14:05

Sao Paulo – Beyoncé - who is currently on her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour - has proven yet again that nothing can keep her from finishing a performance.

Not even a shirtless fan pulling her from the stage.

According to a report on Mail Online an over-excited fan managed to put his arms around the 32-year-old singer and yanked her off the elevated platform she had been singing from.

However, Beyoncé's entourage were quick to step in, with two security guards rushing onto the stage to disentangle the singer from the grip of the fan.

Beyoncé didn’t miss a beat and continued singing. Afterwards she walked up to the concertgoer  and asked him his name after which she said: "I love you too".

Previous incident

This is not the first time Beyoncé has impressed with her skills to continue with a concert no matter the drama that’s going on around her.

Earlier this year she bravely continued to perform as her hair got entangled in a fan on stage.

The singer was performing in Montreal, Canada, when her blonde locks became stuck in the blades of a large fan blowing air onto her.

Beyoncé held onto the roots of her hair to prevent it getting tangled further, before security rushed over to the stage to tease out her tangled tresses.


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