Singer Beyoncé suffered no injuries despite falling off the stage during a concert she held this week in Brazil. (Photo : Reuters)
American singer Beyoncé fell from a stage Sunday in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, during a concert for her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, according to website EP.
The singer's fall was caused when one of her fans invaded the stage and tried to hug her while she was singing her smash hit "Irreplaceable" onstage at Morumbí Stadium.
The young fan ran to her and hugged her until he almost dropped her to the ground; according to the article, the singer's security team immediately separated the fan from Beyoncé, who kept singing despite what was happening.
The website reported that during the concert, Beyoncé repeatedly told her public "It's all right", at the end of the song she approached the fan that had hugged her and asked his name, telling him, "It's a pleasure to meet you, I love you too."
Spanish website ElMundo explains that everything began just when the 32-year-old singer got too close to the front rows with her fans, which gave the stage-jumper the opportunity to hug her with the purpose of carrying her off the stage. That's why Beyoncé fell from the stage; however, she kept the concert going as if nothing had happened, dressed in a blue suit made from sequins.
Videos of Beyoncé's fall have been uploaded to YouTube. The same source points out that the fan was not wearing a shirt and became a trending topic in social networks when many of the other fans recorded the incident with their cellphones and spread the images.
Futhermore, ElMundo explains that this is not the first time the singer had an incident onstage with her fans. Earlier this year, one fan managed to reach out and slap Beyoncé's rear end. The act made the superstar singer angry and she threatened to have her security team escort him away from the stage.