A Whitney Houston fan's non-stop singing forced an American Airlines plane to make an emergency landing in Kansas City, Missouri, so that she could be removed. It all started when the woman began belting Whitney's 1991 smash "I Will Always Love You," and despite requests, would not stop.
That's according to KCTV5.com, which shared passenger video of the woman being escorted down the aisle of the plane, which was scheduled to travel from Los Angeles to New York on Thursday night. Even in handcuffs, the woman continues her warbling, the clip reveals.
A Kansas City airport spokesman tells KCTV5.com that the woman was disruptive and interfered with flight crew. He says that the passenger claimed she was diabetic. Whether or not that had anything to do with her behavior, American Airlines refused to take the woman to her intended destination, and she had to find other arrangements.
There's no word on whether the woman's rendition of the Dolly Parton-penned "I Will Always Love You" continued during the next leg of her trip.
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