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As if performing in a classical music contest wasn't stressful enough, flautist Yukie Ota had to deal with an overly aggressive fan in the form of a butterfly perched on her face. Not only did the winged distraction fail to throw off her concentration, she handled it so well, it looked like the flute-r fly may have been trained as part of the act. Good thing, too, because shrieking during a flute solo is the kind of thing classical music snobs frown upon. So it's safe to assume that killing a butterfly will cost you points with the judges.

Sources: NPR