Beyonce's hair gets caught in fan on stage

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BEYONCE bravely continued to perform as her hair got entangled in a fan on stage.

The singer - who is on her 'Mrs.Carter Show World Tour' - caused panic at a concert in Montreal, Canada, on Monday night (22.07.13) when her blonde locks became stuck in the blades of a large fan blowing air onto her.

Beyonce had been sat next to the fan - which was perched on the edge of the stage - for her finale performance of 'Halo' when it became apparent her tightly curled hair had been sucked into the machine.

The 31-year-old pop megastar wasn't perturbed by the worrying mishap, and continued to belt out the anthem as shocked fans looked on.

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Beyonce held onto the roots of her hair to prevent it getting tangled further, before security rushed over to the stage to tease out her tangled tresses.

The singer - who is married to Jay-Z - managed to see the funny side as she later posted a handwritten note on Instagram for fans describing what happened.

Reworking the lyrics to 'Halo' to include the incident she wrote: "Gravity can't begin to pull me out of the fan again."

The incident comes after footage emerged on YouTube of a fan fainting at a Beyonce concert in Nashville last week.

The over-enthusiastic fan became overwhelmed after receiving a hug from the star during a rendition of her hit 'Irreplaceable'.

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