Viewer Zach captured the malfunctioning magic carpet as audience members were told to evacuate. (KTLA-TV / Sept. 25, 2011)

Viewer Zach captured the malfunctioning magic carpet as audience members were told to evacuate. (KTLA-TV / Sept. 25, 2011)

ANAHEIM, Calif. (KTLA) -- Cast members of Disney's "Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular" show at California Adventure had quite a scare Sunday after the magic carpet malfunctioned.

Parkgoers quickly took to Twitter Sunday afternoon to spread the news.

Actors playing Aladdin and Jasmine, equipped with harnesses, were riding over the audience during the 4:45 p.m. show Sunday when the mishap occurred.

According to reports, the show was halted and audience members were quickly evacuated as crew members worked to fix the carpet.

No injuries were reported.

"Long story short, at CA Adv, the Aladdin show, when they fly on the magic carpet it flipped over and they were just hanging," Twitter user hahamanda said.

"Hope Aladdin and Jasmine are okay," user SASHAshhhh tweeted. "scary stuff."

User liltorib tweeted "I hope they get down soon."

"During today's 4:50pm performance of Aladdin at Disney California Adventure, there was a malfunction on the flying carpet, on which two performers were riding," Disneyland spokeswoman Suzi Brown said.

"As is our safety practice, both performers were harnessed and they were uninjured."