When it comes to being cool under pressure, Beyoncé is irreplaceable.
On Sunday, the 32-year-old singer was performing "Irreplaceable" at the Estádio do Morumbi in São Paulo, Brazil, when a shirtless male fan tried to pull her into the crowd. Despite being manhandled, Beyoncé kept on singing as a security guard pulled the songstress out of the fan's grasp.
Surprisingly, the superstar mom didn't hold any hard feelings. In a fan video taken at the event, at the end of the song Beyoncé can be seen stopping security from escorting the fan out of the crowd. "Hey, hey, hey, it's all right," she told them. Beyoncé then asked the man's name and said, "I love you, too."
This is the third time this year that Bey has impressed the world with her zen approach to onstage mishaps. In July, she was performing in Montreal when her hair got caught in one of the fans onstage. She continued to sing "Halo" as the stage crew attempted to detangle her from the machine. The singer then wrote a parody of the hit tune and put it up on Instagram.
"Gravity can't begiiiiin to pull me out of the fan again/I felt my hair was Yankiiiiin/From the fan that's always hatiiiiin," it read.
Two months before that, she was equally calm, cool, and collected when an audience member slapped her behind while she was performing in Copenhagen, Demark. The incident occurred, once again, during "Irreplaceable" and, once again, Bey did not bat an eyelash — though this time, she was slightly less friendly toward the fan. "I will have you escorted out right now, all right?" she said, not missing a beat.
We pity the fool who next tries to dethrone Queen Beyoncé.
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