Demi Lovato's fans are crazy!
Just a few days after she was attacked by overeager fans in Venezuela, the singer was forced to stop a show after she was rushed by a fan onstage.
On Thursday, the 19-year-old singer was performing in Paraguay, when she allowed the audience to move close, while warning them to be safe. But the generous move backfired for Lovato, when one overzealous fan jumped onstage and gave her a hug. The singer's security rushed to remove the fan, who was clinging to Lovato, and more fans jumped onstage.
Demi quickly left the stage until security could get the audience under control. When she came back onstage she had to warn the crowd to "chill out."
Lovato's South American fans are out of control. On Sunday, Demi tweeted: “17 freaking bodyguards yesterday and I STILL got my hair pulled!!! Hahahahaha Venezuela you are INSANE!!! I love you guys."
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