Days after Bebe Rexha, Pink incidents, Kelsea Ballerini was hit by a fan mid-concert and walked off stage

country singer kelsia ballerini unfortunately is The latest famous victim of a concert-goer’s unruly behaviorforced him to stop his concert.

The star was in the middle of performing her hit 2022 song “If You Go Down (I’m Going Down To)” during a concert in Boise, Idaho, on Wednesday night. When something thrown by someone in the crowd hit his face.

In a video shared by a fan on Twitter, the artist is seen tossing her head back as an object hits her, then moves away from the microphone as it touches the area of ​​her face where He was hurt.

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While the fans sang his song, a band member approached him to check on the injury. Although he took up playing his guitar again, away from the crowd, She quickly stopped again and got off the stage.

It is unclear whether security found out who threw the object – or what the object was – whether they were detained, and how badly Kelsea was hurt, although she returned to the stage shortly afterwards.

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Verified fan account Kelsea Central, who shared video of the incident on Twitter, wrote on Wednesday: “Guys. I know we all want the best. We all want to show Kelsea love in the best possible way, and wish her all the best.” want to take a bath with.” But throwing things on a stage where the actors are already so insecure is no move.”

He further added, “We will make sure it reaches her. But please don’t put her in danger like this. Again, I know you all have good intentions, but this is becoming a security issue. Love people. We love.” But please stop it.”

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In another video shared by the account, Kelsea is seen on stage addressing her safety concernsTelling fans: “If you ever don’t feel safe, please tell someone around you, security is everywhere tonight,” he added: “Don’t throw things, you know. I Always want my show, every show everyone’s cast – I have control over it – I just want this to be a safe place for everyone… can you please help me do that tonight Are.”

Kennedy Davenport, Olivia Lux, Kelsea Ballerini, Jan Sport and Manila Luzon perform on stage during the 2023 CMT Music Awards at Moody Center on April 02, 2023 in Austin, Texas.© Getty
Kelsea was performing her song “If You Go Down,” which she gave a stellar performance at the CMT Awards earlier this year.

It’s just the latest symbol of a growing number of alarming – or just downright bizarre – incidents between fans and artists alike.

Earlier this month, singer Bebe Rexha suffered a black eye and got stitches after her performance at The Rooftop at Pier 17 in Manhattan, when a concertgoer threw a phone at her that slashed her eyebrow. Got into the bone of

Bebe Rexha's black eye and stitches© Bebe Rexha
Bebe shared photos of his injuries with fans

NYPD officers were later arrested nicolas malvagna for assault, and the charge was changed to a felony because the phone was used as a weapon.

P!NK performs at the BST Hyde Park Festival 2023 in Hyde Park on June 24, 2023 in London, England.© Getty
Pink was performing in London when a fan threw a bag full of ashes at her.

Plus, just this week, In a less dangerous but still worrying moment at a Pink concert in London, The singer expressed her discomfort when a fan threw a bag containing her mother’s bones onto the stage.

Pink stopped the concert and asked: “Is that your mom?” Before she said: “I don’t know how I feel about this.”