Florence Pugh was hit by an object while on stage at a panel for “Dune: Part Two” at CCXP 2023 in São Paulo, Brazil. A video shared on social media showed an unknown projectile hitting Pugh in the face as she posed for photos alongside her co-stars, including Zendaya, Timothée Chalamet, and Austin Butler. Pugh seemed to quickly brush off the moment as her cast members checked to see if she was OK. Fans reacted to the clip with disapproval, expressing concern for Pugh’s safety.
The incident is part of a growing trend of celebrities being hit by objects while performing. Harry Styles was hit in the eye by a flying object while performing in Vienna, Austria, during his Love on Tour trek. Bebe Rexha ended up with a black eye after being struck by a cell phone during a performance in New York City. Nicolas Malvagna, the man who threw the mobile device, was later arrested and charged for the incident. Drake also got hit by a phone during the Chicago stop on his It’s All a Blur Tour over the summer.
The incident has sparked concern about the safety of celebrities at live events and concerts. Some fans worry that if this trend continues, celebrities may be less inclined to participate in live events due to the risk of being hit by objects and getting hurt. The safety of celebrities and performers has become a growing concern as these incidents continue to occur.
Despite the incident, Pugh continues to star in “Dune: Part Two” as Princess Irulan Corrino. She joins a list of other famous names who have experienced a similar situation. The incident has raised awareness about the need for increased security and safety measures at live events to protect celebrities and performers from harm. It is important for fans to be mindful of their behavior and consider the safety of others when attending live events and concerts.
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