Usher Serenades Fan In A Wheelchair During Vegas Show, Spreads Inclusive Love

Usher Serenades Fan In A Wheelchair During Vegas Show, Spreads Inclusive Love

Usher is making sure a lucky fan gets the "Superstar" treatment.

Usher made one special lady his “Superstar” for the evening. The R&B crooner serenaded a fan in a wheelchair at his Nov. 7 show in Las Vegas.

Usher, who has been on a successful run of shows during his Vegas residency, showcased a big heart as he sang his hit song to the lucky guest. He shared a snippet of the intimate moment on his Instagram, where the Grammy winner boasts over 11.7 million followers.

“I’m your #1 fan,” shared the entertainer, reciting lyrics from the 2004 classic. “Give me your autograph…sign it right here on my heart.”

The footage shows Usher standing next to the concertgoer as he motions the crowd to sing along before he begins singing directly to her. The heartwarming moment was admired by fans in the comments section, with one Instagram user calling the 45-year-old a “national treasure.”

“This is beautiful,” shared another supporter. “The joy on her face is priceless.”

The move is also Usher’s signature, as attendees can usually expect him to get up close and personal with a fan during a portion of the show, usually another celebrity. Most recently, the Atlanta native danced with another public figure associated with his home state, Kenya Moore. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star posted the video of Usher stepping up to her on social media as the heartthrob asked for a “quick dance” in the middle of his show.

“[Usher] snatched my soul last night,” detailed the media personality in her caption. The duo danced for two songs as the artist ensured Moore got his signature “Superstar” treatment as well.

As his career takes on new heights, especially as he prepares for his upcoming milestone of headlining at the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show, Usher is making sure his fans are appreciated by showcasing that extra love each night.

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