NBC Is Being Sued By A Guy Booted From ‘The Voice’ Taping
A lot of celebrities show up at The Voice to watch the show. It’s not a surprise seeing as there are big celebs working there as coaches. It seems that former first lady Michelle Obama was also a fan and she set up a group of servicemen and women for a special taping of the show. One man, Greg Duncan, was barred by NBC and he’s so mad that he’s suing.
According to Duncan he received the invite from the Office of the First Lady back in 2016. He went through two security screenings and was told by the secret service to enjoy the show. On the day of the taping, however, he was kicked out and no real reason was given. There was something about him resembling vaguely somebody who was not allowed on the set.
I mean, that sucks that he wasn’t able to go to see the show and all but on what grounds is he suing? It doesn’t appear as if he was hurt by the incident. He just had to go home without seeing Blake Shelton’s sexiness in person, which I guess is pretty mean and criminal. That’s cruel and unusual punishment, y’all.