Usher thanks fans for helping him through 'tumultuous times'
Usher has thanked his fans for helping him through "very tumultuous times".
The 36-year-old star admitted his supporters have seen him through the "ups and downs" of his career during the final night of his 'URXTour' at The O2 in London last night (26.03.15).
Speaking to the crowd, he said: "You know, it's been some time since I've been back here at The O2 and I mean, I feel this way most of the time, but I sense that no matter how many days, weeks, months, years pass - we always stay connected.
"And for that discipline or that support I thank you guys so much because this 23 year career of mine has ... Yeah I've been here for a minute ... But within 22/23 years I've made a lot of different transitions, I've been through a lot of things.
"I've had some ups, I've had some downs, I've had some very tumultuous times and the things that help me to make it through that is your love and your support and I just want to take two seconds to thank you, thank you for everything."
The heartthrob performed a crowd-pleasing set which featured tracks from across his two-decade long career including 'Love In This Club', 'U Got It Bad', 'My Boo', Let It Burn' and 'Confessions Part II' before moving into his latest material such as the Nicki Minaj featuring 'She Came To Give It To You', 'Good Kisser' and his collaboration with Chris Brown and Rick Ross 'New Flame'.
Usher then brought the show to a close with a medley of his biggest dance hits 'DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love', 'More', 'Without You' and the 2002 single 'Yeah!'