Crazy in love? Beyoncé pulled off stage by excited fan in Sao Paulo
Beyoncé was pulled off stage by an excited male fan while performing in Brazil this weekend.
The topless fan grabbed the star from the stage as she knelt down to sing "Irreplaceable" to the crowd.
Bodyguards were quick to intervene and pulled the singer back onto the stage immediately.
The 32-year-old, who was wearing a sequined blue catsuit, continued her set and reassured the crowd: “It’s alright, it’s alright”.
After finishing her performance she went over to speak to the eager fan from the stage.
She said: “Let me speak to the gentleman- he just got excited. It’s alright.”
Kneeling down to address the fan, she shook his hand and said: “Thank you, I love you too,” to applaud from the crowd.
The singer was in Sao Paulo as part of her Mrs Carter world tour, which finished on 22 December at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
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