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Morrissey cut short a gig in NEW YORK after a fan was tackled by security.


The incident happened at the Radio Music City Hall on Sunday (October 10) during an encore, according to reports.


The singer was halfway through Smiths classic 'There Is A Light That Never Goes Out' when a fan jumped onstage and was carried away by a bouncer.


Morrissey shouted: “Boo to the bouncers,” before he leaned into the crowd and shook the fan’s hand.


The singer then cut the set short and left the stage.


Morrissey is due to play three UK dates in December.  


He will play:

Glasgow SECC (December 13)

Birmingham NIA (14)

London Earl’s Court (18)


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