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Beyonce gets stuck midair during flying stage malfunction

By Reuters
03 July 2018   |   3:52 pm
The incident happened Saturday night in Poland during the Warsaw stop of her 'On The Run II Tour' with Jay-Z. A flying stage malfunctioned and became stuck 20 feet in the air. The mishap forced stage techs to fetch Beyonce and bring her back down on an ordinary ladder.

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