A couple of Taylor Swift fans got a little too excited at one of the singer's concerts in Edmonton, Canada, during her "1989" tour. In a video posted on another fan's Instagram page on Tuesday, a man in a white T-shirt is seen lunging at the pop star and trying to grab her black leather-clad ankle boot as she performs "Bad Blood" while standing on the stage.
Horrified, she stops singing, stumbles and turns to glare at the offender. Meanwhile, a security guard is seen looking at the individual from the other side. About three seconds later, Swift--yep--shakes it off and continues singing.
"Some crazy town grabbed at Swifty Swift tonight!" read the video caption. "Jeez buddy, keep your hands to yourself. Glad security was on him right away and of course Taylor carried on like a pro!"
In a YouTube video, two people are seen rushing towards her and then being restrained by security guards.
The fans have not been identified and it is unclear what happened to him.
"Embarrassed by the drunk jerks, my seat neighbours, who grabbed you after BB. Not representative of Edmontonians. Sorry!" tweeted another fan.
In 2014, a Swift fan rushed the stage during the singer's concert in London and came face-to-face with her before security hauled him away.
Swift has not commented about Tuesday's incident but did post on Instagram a photo of herself performing on stage in Edmonton. She is set to perform there again on Wednesday.
"Thanks Edmonton--tonight was insanely fun and I can't wait to be back on your stage tomorrow night!" she said.