Diana Ross was unperturbed when an overzealous fan joined her on stage during her performance at the Rockefeller Center in New York on Monday.
The Chain Reaction singer was performing at a private event for a firm’s annual investor conference when the seemingly drunken fan joined her on stage.
In video shared online by the New York Post’s gossip column Page Six, a man dressed in a suit can be seen jumping onto the stage and throwing his hands in the air, swaying back and forth.
And despite getting uncomfortably close to the star, Ross dealt with the stage-crasher, smiling and spinning away before security intervened and ushered the man off the stage.
A source told the publication: “It didn’t seem like (Ross), or the conference, had much security.”
The star is no stranger to fans getting too close for comfort, after she had an audience member removed from a gig in New York earlier this year when he poked her in the stomach from the front row.