It looks like Ellie Goulding is not just a singer but she is also a peacemaker. The "Burn" singer had to stop her show at the Eden Project on Wednesday night to stop a fight.
According to Entertainment Wise, a scuffle broke out in the front row of her concert among a group of girls when she intervened.
Ellie Goulding was in the middle of singing "Anything Could Happen" when a group of females started to attack each other.
The fight became so distracting that Dougie Poynter's girlfriend put her cut the song short to go sort out the issue.
Digital Spy reported that the "Lights" singer said, "Girls, what's up? That song is meant to be happiness, not fights," adding, "No drink throwing. It's not nice. It's really annoying and it's bloody sticky."
When the girls started shouting back to explain why they were fighting during the show Goulding said, "We've all got stories, doesn't mean you have to tell them."
After the crowd began to boo, the blonde beauty was not up for negativity. She told them, "Stop boos. Booing isn't nice."
Later on, Ed Sheeran's ex-girlfriend told her fans she was not impressed with their behavior.
She complained that the audience was "quite a laddish crowd tonight, fights breaking out, drinks spilling."
At least Ellie Goulding has fonder memories of her time at the British Summertime Hyde Park concert where she supported her McBusted boyfriend Dougie Pointer alongside her model pal Cara Delevingne.
Goulding took to her Instagram account to share a photo of her beau on stage with his guitar. Attached to the picture was the caption, "Very proud."
In another photo, she posed alongside her Mulberry model pal throwing up rock and roll signs as they rocked out to the music.
Attached to the snapshot was the caption, "@caradelevingne SO GOOD."
Too bad she couldn't say that about her fans Wednesday night.
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