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Dionne Warwick blasts fan for making her look ‘ugly and old’

Dionne Warwick blasts fan for making her look ‘ugly and old’

DIONNE WARWICK:No pictures, please. Photo: Associated Press

R&B legend Dionne Warwick harshly reprimanded a fan trying to film her performance in London on Monday.

The “Walk On By” hitmaker was performing at the Arts Club in the capital’s posh Mayfair district when she spotted a guest trying to record her with a camera phone.

An irritated Warwick reportedly snatched the phone from the audience member, telling them, “Do you know how much it would cost to take a video of me? I don’t want to be seen like that, I’d look ugly and old.”

The singer’s scolding was reportedly met with applause from the audience

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