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Woman Kicked Off Plane For Singing Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You' (VIDEO)

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A woman was allegedly escorted off an American Airlines flight for singing Whitney Houston songs.
A woman was allegedly escorted off an American Airlines flight for singing Whitney Houston songs.

Disrupting a flight -- it's not right or OK. But one woman couldn't help herself.

WBTV reported that an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to New York made an emergency stop to kick off one passenger who refused to stop singing Whitney Houston songs.

In a video captured by another passenger, three officials are seen escorting the woman off in Kansas City, Mo., while she belts out "I Will Always Love You," written by Dolly Parton and later covered by Houston.

After being interviewed, the woman was released without charges, according to WBTV. American Airlines, however, refused to fly her to her destination.

Her diva antics add her to the growing list of passengers removed from flights for weird reasons. Last July, a man in Chicago was kicked off a Spirit Airlines plane because his pants were too saggy. The May before, one woman allegedly wasn't even allowed on the plane because her shirt read, "I'd f--k a senator."

H/T The Daily Mail

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