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Rihanna Gets Grabbed By Fan During 'Today' Show Performance

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May 27 2011, Published 5:10 a.m. ET

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Rihanna kicked of Today's Toyota Concert Series this morning and instead of just sticking to the stage she performed all throughout Rockefeller Center in NYC. One fan, however, got a little too excited when Rihanna walked by, and grabbed her! Luckily, Rihanna's back-up dancers helped pull her away!

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Rihanna started her show on Today by performing her hit song "S&M" from her new album Loud.

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While the singer was making her way to the stage, it looks like one fan aggressively pulled her into him for a hug! Rihanna's back-up dancers helped pulled her away from him, and somehow through all the chaos, Rihanna managed to keep on singing!

Watch her "S&M" performance, below!

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But the rest of Rihanna's concert seemed to go off without a hitch.

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She hasn't visited Today since June 2008, and the now 23-year-old says she changed a lot since then.

"I'm 2- times busier. I definitely am a very busy woman, but I love it," she said. "There are a lot of life experiences and a lot of great things that has happened since I was 20 years old."

Watch Rihanna's "Only Girl (In the World)" performance, below!

Watch Rihanna perform "What's My Name?," below!

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