Tori Amos made a scene out of her own show when she stopped her piano playing and evicted two audience out of her San Diego concert. The Grammy-nominated singer told two fans who were sitting at the front row to "get the f**k out of my show".
The two women reportedly kept leaving their seats to go to the foyer of the Copley Symphony Hall during the show which was caught by Amos on the corner of her eye. Fed up with them, Amos pointed to the objects of her distraction and said, "Hold on! Get the f**k out of my show! Get the f**k out! It's a privilege to sit in the front row. These are my seats, and I give them to people who like music."
Helped by security guards, the two audience who appear to be friends were escorted out of the venue. The singer then continued the performance on her song 'Code Red' which was stopped midway.
An audience happened to record the incident and put the video on YouTube.
The concert which was held on Wednesday, December 12 is part of her support for her May-released album 'American Doll Posse' that peaked at #5 on Billboard Hot 200.
Tori Amos at San Diego's Copley Symphony Hall: