Beyoncé was pulled off stage by overzealous fan during a performance in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The incident happened when the superstar hit the Morumbi Stadium on the South American leg of her Mrs Carter Show world tour.

In a video posted on YouTube, Queen B can be seen handing her microphone to various fans to sing along as she performs her 2007 hit Irreplaceable, wearing her blue catsuit.

As she gets closer to the crowd, the unidentified fan stretches out his arm and pulls the 32-year-old into a tight embrace.

Security guards quickly rushed to the singer's aid after the shirtless concertgoer managed to pull her into the crowd.

Surprisingly, as the security moved to toss out the man, Beyoncé returned to his side of the stage to defuse the situation.

"It's all right," she told the crowd before she paused the show to address the man and ask him his name.

"Thank you, I love you, too," she said after the man gave a reply.

Ever the professional, the Single Ladies hitmaker shrugged off the incident and continued her performance.

In May, another male admirer slapped the singer on the backside during her show in Denmark.

The distinctly unimpressed performer quickly reprimanded the randy behaviour telling him: "I will have you escorted out right now, alright?" she fumed.