A Taylor Swift fan grabbed the singer's leg during a concert in Edmonton, Canada, on Tuesday, Aug. 4 Credit: George Pimentel/Getty Images for TAS

Taylor Swift is such a pro. The "Style" singer shook it off when a male fan grabbed her leg mid-song during a concert in Edmonton, Canada, at Alberta's Rexall Place on Tuesday, Aug. 4.

The unidentified fan — who snagged a coveted floor seat — lunged toward Swift, 25, while she performed "Bad Blood" on the runway. She jumped back, glared at him, and calmly headed back to the main stage.

"Some crazy town grabbed at Swifty Swift tonight! Jeez buddy, keep your hands to yourself," one female fan captioned an Instagram video of the incident. "Glad security was on him right away and of course Taylor carried on like a pro!"

Singers like Swift are unfortunately used to getting interrupted in concert. Recently, Adam Levine was ambushed by a young woman on stage while singing Maroon 5's "It Was Always You."

"That was f--king weird, right?" the Voice mentor, 36, told the crowd at the time. "She, like, cut my ear with her fingernail... It's just weird to be, like, in the moment, ya know? And you're singing, and your eyes are closed, and you have this beautiful moment. And then the next thing you know someone's f--king in your face. It's super terrifying."

Watch the scary video above.

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