Usher Fan’s Voice Gets Her Tossed from Show Taping

by | April 21, 2013 at 9:02 AM | Black Entertainment, The Voice, TV News

Usher on the set of "The Voice" (Photo: NBC)

An overly vocal Usher fan had to be ushered out of a “Voice” taping Thursday when she wouldn’t cease declaring her love for the R&B superstar.

There’s no law against loving Usher — or just admiring him for his music — but according to the New York Post, this particular admirer was making it impossible for the taping to proceed as she repeatedly cried out Usher’s name and shouted “I want you!” in defiance of security personnel in the studio in Burbank, Calif.

In addition, she also came armed with a whistle, which she blew during the taping for a sustained amount of time — about a full minute, the Post story said.

Usher and the other judges on “The Voice” remained calm, seated in their judges’ chairs on stage.

The vocal fan, described as “20-something,” was escorted from the building and did not return.

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