Rule no. 1 about Beyonce's bootylicious behind: You can look, but you definitely can't touch!
The mom of Blue Ivy Carter was performing her hit "Irreplaceable" to an enthusiastic crowd in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Monday night when one fan took things a little too far.
How far? He slapped her famous behind -- and Beyonce wasn't impressed.
"I will have you escorted out right now, all right?" Beyonce told the overzealous fan.
He was reportedly allowed to stay, but we hope he learned a very important lesson: Hands off the performers!
Beyonce might have been accommodating in this case, but these celebs - and their entourages - aren't so forgiving when it comes to fan shenanigans.
Tim McGraw has developed a reputation over the years as a performer that doesn't tolerate bad fan behavior - especially drunk fans. He made headlines in 2008 for kicking a drunken fan out of the concert for harassing a woman.
The incident almost got physical, but ultimately security forced the guy out.
It happened again at a 2011 Washington show when he kicked out a belligerent female fan for harassing other concertgoers.
"You've got no choice in the matter," he told the woman as security escorted her out.
She learned an important lesson that night: Don't mess with McGraw!
One Kenny Chesney fan learned a big lesson in 2012: Don't try to emulate your favorite singer -- you'll get kicked out!
That's exactly what happened to one Nashville man. Nathan Blankenship was reportedly kicked out of a Chesney concert for "deliberately trying to impersonate a celebrity."
We can see why: Blackenship has the Chesney look, right down to the cowboy hat.
However, the Nashville teacher told a local news station that he wasn't trying to impersonate his favorite singer.
"I can't help the way I look," he told WKRN, adding that he has attended several Chesney concerts without incident. "Is it because I wear the hat? I see a million of these hats [at concerts]...I can't believe they think I'm actually him."
Rapper MC Chris is pretty protective of his opening acts. Like, protective enough to kick a fan out of a 2012 Philadelphia show for tweeting about his dislike for the opener, Richie Branson.
"Dear nerd rapper opening for Powerglove/mc chris. You're not good enough to pander to me. Better luck next time," the fan tweeted, according to his post on Reddit.
MC Chris quickly caught wind of the tweet and forced the fan out.
"That's what you get for talking s**t on Twitter!" he apparently told the fan as security removed him from the building.
The concertgoer -- a longtime fan of MC Chris -- was pretty upset about it.
"I realize what I said was petty, but how immature is it to publicly humiliate someone for something tweeted to just my hundred (which are mostly bots) or so followers?" he wrote.
MC Chris later issued a tearful apology.
Tell us: Do celebrities have the right to kick fans out of their shows?
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