N-Dubz's Tulisa Contostavlos smacked in the face by phone while on stage
Watch: Moment N-Dubz star Tulisa gets hit by fan's phone
Tulisa Contostavlos was hit in the face by a flying phone as she performed in Glasgow.
The Say It's Over singer, 34, was on stage at the OVO Hydro with the rest of her hip hop trio N-Dubz when it happened.
Luckily she did not seem to be badly hurt.
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The star later shared a video clip on Instagram of the incident, telling fans: "WALLOP! So this happened."
It showed her sat on the edge of the stage when something suddenly came whizzing through the air and hit her in the face, knocking off her sunglasses.
The group, who recently got back together after a hiatus of many years, carried on with their performance.
And according to the Daily Mail, Contostavlos yelled to the audience: "Sometimes in life you get hit in the face and you crack the f*** on don't we Glasgow?"
Fans flocked to the comments section to ask what had happened and what had struck her, and Contostavlos explained: "An iPhone for that TikTok trend where people throw their phone to the artist they film and throw it back.
"It’s frigging dangerous though as you can see lol x."
She also assured her followers that she was OK and made a couple of jokes about it.
Her bandmate Dappy commented to say that he "didn’t even realise what happened :(".
And Contostavlos replied, along with a string of crying with laughter emojis: "I knew you didn’t clock this makes it even funnier."
Fans were horrified after watching the clip.
"Why do people act like that?" asked one.
Another posted: "This isn’t just disrespectful, it’s assault.
"Can’t believe nasty people throw things at artists on stage."
"You are bloody brave, would’ve cried for my mum," said someone else.
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N-Dubz - comprised of Contostavlos, Dappy and their friend Fazer - announced in May that they were reuniting after 11 years.
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