Usher Abruptly Stops Serenading Gabrielle Union | EUROtoday
Usher pumped the brakes on serenading Gabrielle Union, who was standing subsequent to her husband, retired NBA nice Dwyane Wade, on the singer’s live performance in France on Sunday.
The “U Got it Bad” star shared a video of himself singing his new single “Boyfriend” to Union on the primary night time of his Paris residency on the La Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt.
In the video, Usher might be seen abruptly stopping the music earlier than saying, “Let’s not get carried away. This is Dwyane Wade, I ain’t crazy.”
“This man could knock my whole head off and then dunk it,” he continued earlier than greeting the NBA Hall of Famer with amusing.
Wade and Union had been seen laughing in response to Usher’s quip. The singer jokingly recapped the second in an Instagram put up on Monday, writing: “Look, I don’t want no smoke.”
Although Usher’s second with Union and Wade seemed to be in good enjoyable, his live performance serenades have sparked drama previously.
A video of Usher serenading Keke Palmer at a live performance throughout his Las Vegas residency in July went viral after Palmer’s boyfiend, Darius Jackson, shared the clip on social media to mom-shame her over her attract.
“It’s the outfit tho.. you a mom,” Jackson wrote of Palmer, who wore a sheer Givenchy gown and bodysuit to Usher’s Vegas present.
Jackson’s remarks sparked broad backlash on-line, and later impressed a collaboration between Palmer and Usher. The “Nope” actor appeared within the singer’s music video for his track “Boyfriend,” launched final month.
Usher, who is anticipated to wrap up his Las Vegas residency in early December, has one other huge stage look set for the approaching months.
The singer will headline the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show in Las Vegas in February, in response to an announcement on Sunday.
Usher referred to as the halftime gig “an honor of a lifetime.”
“I can’t wait to bring the world a show unlike anything else they’ve seen from me before,” he mentioned.