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An I Will Always Love You singer caused an American Airlines plane to divert and land. The plane was forced to land when the passenger refused repeated requests to stop singing. The song, I Will Always Love You, was written and recorded by Dolly Parton. She later sold the rights to Whitney Houston. The song [...]Show More Summary
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American Airlines will not always love singing passengers ©Nydailynews.com For anyone that believes they’re a star, taking it to the skies is probably not the best option, especially on American Airlines. A female passenger caused a ruckus on a recent flight for singing Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You,” on a nonstop loop. The [...]
ABC News: "An American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing when a female passenger refused to stop singing Whitney Houston songs." Come for the rendition of "I will always love you", stay for the bogus and futile "DO NOT TAKE PICTURES ON THE AIRPLANE!" demands from the flight crew. [Thanks, Michelle Fox!]
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A woman was kicked off a plane for singing Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" -- on repeat. She was arrested after an emergency landing.
While long suffering air travelers have frequently complained about being seated next to a crying baby on a long flight, there are worse things —like a woman who will not stop singing Whitney Houston’s classic “I Will Always Love You,” which in turn forces the airplane to make an unscheduled stop to remove her. Show More Summary
VIDEO: A would-be Whitney Houston wouldn't stop singing on a flight from Los Angeles to New York City. So, the pilot made an unscheduled stop in Kansas City. As she was led off, the woman serenaded everyone.
A flight from Los Angeles to New York was diverted to Kansas City after a woman refused to stop singing I Will Always Love You. Here’s what happened when the aircraft made its unscheduled landing.
Just because the song “I Will Always Love” you (as written by Dolly Parton and sung by the late Whitney Houston) implies an unflagging dedication, belting it out on an airplane didn’t bring one passenger any love from an American Airlines flight crew. She was ejected from the plane for disrupting the flight, in part because she was warbling her … [More]
No. We're not all fans of "I Will Always Love You."
"A TONE deaf woman was booted off an aeroplane for refusing to stop singing Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You." There's video, but trust me, you've got the idea already. --- See more posts by Alex Balk 0 comments
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