(CNN) - Nothing can stop Beyoncé in the middle of a show -- not even being nearly pulled off-stage by a fan.
During a recent performance in Sao Paulo, Brazil, an overzealous fan tried to physically remove the star from her perch atop the stage as she sang "Irreplaceable."
As seen in a video of the moment, Beyoncé was kneeling down next to the front row of concertgoers to let them sing along with her when a shirtless attendee reached up and put his arms around her.
The 32-year-old didn't falter as the man began to drag her away -- she barely paused as security rushed to her aid, and once she was freed hopped back up and continued singing as though nothing had happened.
There may be something about "Irreplaceable" that seems to make fans go a little stir crazy -- in Denmark, one man swatted the singer on her rear, while another grew so excited his knees grew weak.
While Beyoncé has been polite but stern with handsy fans in the past, she seemed more gentle with this overeager guy.
"Let me meet the gentleman, he just got excited. It's all right," she told her bodyguards after she finished her song. "Thank you, I love you too."
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