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Three hours into a an almost six hour flight from Los Angeles to New York, an American Airlines pilot finally made an emergency landing. The reason? Three hours of a woman singing without a break, the song I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston. Three hours of her singing it and three hours of passengers trying to get her to stop. Flight attendants trying to get her to stop. A pilot and federal air marshal trying to get her to stop. All without success. So, after what one passenger estimated was the 60th time through the song, the pilot landed the plane in Kansas City so police could escort the woman off who kept singing the entire time. So, what happened to the woman? No charges were filed and she was free to get on the next flight.
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