Fan slaps Beyonce on bum during Copenhagen concert

Singer jokes that she will get man thrown out of concert

A fan slapped Beyonce on the bum during a concert in Copenhagen last night (May 27). See above for video footage.

The incident took place during the section of Beyonce's latest stage show where she performs on a second, smaller stage and interacts with fans. Singing 'Irreplaceable', Beyonce walks up to her audience and hands them the microphone to sing the "to the left" line of the song. However, as she walked away from one fan he slapped her on the bottom. Taking the playful move in jest, Beyonce joked "I'll have you escorted out for that." The man is not believed to have been asked to leave the show.

The Copenhagen gig, which took place at The Forum, was part of Beyonce's current tour ahead of the release of her latest studio album. Few details are known about the album, however a new track titled 'Grown Woman' has finally appeared online after a snippet of the track debuted in an advert for Pepsi unveiled during the half-time show of this year's Super Bowl in April.

Beyoncé has unveiled a raft of new song snippets in 2013, including 'Standing In The Sun', which features in a television commercial for high street retailers H&M, and 'Rise Up', which featured in the trailer for the Disney film Epic.

Meanwhile, Mr Carter – Beyonce's husband Jay-Z – has denied claims that his wife is pregnant despite growing rumours, fuelled in part by the singer's dancers pushing two prams out onstage during her live show in Zurich, Switzerland.

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