Britney Spears Bum-Rushed on Stage by Man at Las Vegas Concert

Britney Spears' return to her "Piece of Me" Las Vegas residency show at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Wednesday night was interrupted when a man rushed the stage, leading to a scare for the star.

At first, as shown in video footage of the incident, Spears appeared oblivious to the scene happening behind her, asking the crowd, "Are you guys having fun?" News, Spears' knees buckled as she clung to a bodyguard and reportedly asked, "He's got a gun?" before being escorted offstage.

A man jumped up and was immediately dog-piled by a pack of security guards.

Spears was noticeably distressed when she realized what happened in the midst of singing her hit song, "Crazy".

He remains out of her field of vision as he gets put on the ground by dancers and security gaurds.

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Sometimes things just get insane at Britney Spears' shows in Las Vegas.

According to the New York Daily News, the intruding man was removed, and the Queen of Pop later returned to the stage to finish the show. "We're surprised she went back on [stage] but she was fine".

Spokespeople for Spears and the Las Vegas Police Department could not be reached for comment at press time. "I'm sooooo excited to see you all!" she wrote on Instagram prior to the concert. She is set to perform again Friday and Saturday nights.

The 35-year-old megastar's Piece Of Me Vegas residency has earned her around £100 million in ticket sales.

Britney shared her excitement about performing beforehand.

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