Ellie Goulding screams in horror on stage as she’s hit with burning special effects

Singing superstar Ellie Goulding had a fright on stage, as she was hit in the face by a burning special effect which went off at the wrong time.

The 36-year-old singer was performing over the Bank Holiday Weekend – in front of 170,000 fans at the Victorious Festival in Portsmouth – when the terrifying incident happened.

Ellie was belting out one of her most well-known tunes, Miracle, when it looked like a pyrotechnics flame which was on the stage started to spray in her face.

The audience could only observe the incident take place as they audibly gasped, while Ellie ran away from the scene.

Ellie was spotted holdingher face, but thankfully there was no serious damage to her or anyone in the crowd.

And fans who had been excited to see her were not disappointed, as Ellie returned to the stage to finish her set.

Mum-of-three Ellie took to her Instagram after the performance to thank her fans for being "the best."

This performance comes days after Ellie returned from her relaxing summer holiday which she went on with her son Arthur, two, who she shares with art dealer husband Caspar Jopling, 30.

When away on her family holiday, Ellie shared a fairly cryptic post to her Instagram alongside some snaps of her soaking up the sun with a beaming smile in a gorgeous black bikini.

Ellie also posted a stunning snap of herself in a black racer neck dress as she dazzled her fans.

Alongside the scorching pictures, Ellie wrote in the caption: "Dump. I don't know who needs to hear this but- keep going! Love you x"

In response to the stunning snaps, many fans flocked to the comments to share their love for the singer as one person wrote: "Angel, your life is a blessing to all of us! Also thank you for sharing these lovely pics with us. I love you lots."

While another said: "Sending so much love back angel. You keep me going, thank you so much."

A third penned: "Love u so much."

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