DU QUOIN, Ill. – Things got hairy for parody singer "Weird Al" Yankovic (search) as a flock of unwanted fans rushed on stage during his performance at a state fair in southern Illinois.
Green moths swarmed the Grammy-winning recording artist, some nesting in his trademark long, curly locks.
"My band asked me if I could find a concert where we would be attacked by insects," Yankovic told his audience Wednesday at the Du Quoin State Fair. "I said I would see what I could do."
Yankovic didn't seem bugged by the uninvited guests, though, as he plugged along with songs and costume changes during his self-described "rock and comedy multimedia extravaganza" to support his recent album, "Poodle Hat."