Spears just started back at her Las Vegas residency after taking a little summer vacay, and while she performed her '90s hit "Crazy", some (ironically) insane dude rushed the stage and tried to run toward her. The latest: The 35-year-old singer experienced the fright of her life last night when a crazed fan rushed onto the stage at her concert in Las Vegas.
Further video shows security - and a few of Britney's male dancers - holding the man down on the stage and handcuffing him.
Confused, she asks them what's going on, and is clearly terrified when she asks her guard if the man had a gun.
A fan said that the star could be asking "Has he got a gun?" as security attempted to protect her. However, Spears is expected to continue on with her scheduled performances starting on Friday, Aug. 11.
Spears' return to her residency comes after she took a break to do a summer tour in Asia.
Groce says that while security was quick to tackle the man when he stormed the stage, it took about five minutes for them to actually restrain him and get him off stage.
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She also shared her excitement on Instagram, writing: "Missed being on stage. ready for Vegas tonight!"
Brit was escorted off the stage, but returned soon after to finish the show.
It didn't appear as though Spears saw the man, who crept up behind some of her dancers. Let us know what you think in the comments section below. "I'm sooooo excited to see you all!" She is set to perform again Friday and Saturday nights.
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Britney shared her excitement about performing beforehand.