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VIDEO: Beyonce’s hair gets caught in stage fan

VIDEO: Beyonce’s hair gets caught in stage fan

Beyonce was left in a tangle after her hair became caught in a huge stage fan. Photo: Associated Press

Beyonce was left in a tangle after her hair became caught in a huge stage fan during a concert in Canada on Monday night.

The “Crazy in Love” hitmaker was sat on the edge of the stage singing her track Halo when her long locks were swept up into an industrial-sized fan positioned in front of the audience pit.

Beyonce continued to perform as a team of assistants and security guards desperately tried to unwrap her hair from the blades.

The star was eventually freed, prompting a huge cheer from the crowd at the Bell Centre in Montreal.

It is not the only ‘fan’ to cause a scene during a concert on the singer’s Mrs. Carter World Tour – a male devotee dropped to the ground in shock after Beyonce hugged him at a show in America last week.

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