Cyndi Lauper steps on bee at Los Angeles concert, pulls out stinger while singing

Cyndi Lauper showed her “True Colors” at a Los Angeles concert over the weekend when the performer continued singing as she pulled out the stinger of a bee that she stepped on.

The 66-year-old Grammy winner was singing her 1983 hit “She Bop” barefoot onstage when she suffered the sting on the bottom of her left foot. But Lauper didn’t miss a beat as she sat down and nonchalantly plucked out the stinger.

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“I messed with the danger zone and I GOT STUNG!” Lauper wrote on Instagram, along with a video of the incident.

The “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” singer asked for a stool and appeared to limp around the Hollywood Bowl stage as she humorously described what happened to the audience.

“I’m tough, but really,” she said.

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“I mean, that poor bastard, he’s worse off than me,” Lauper continued as she inspected the dead bug. “Yeah, he’s really dead. But you just had to bite me before you [went], huh?”

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The bee sting didn’t seem to faze the famed singer. Lauper donned a pair of flip flops and continued the performance, which Variety favorably reviewed as the “Cyndi Lauper show of your dreams.”

Lauper has won two Grammys, an Emmy and a Tony award. Her latest album, “Detour,” was released in 2016.