singer is currently wrapped up in a couple lawsuits over allegations that he exposed sexual partners to genital herpes.
One of the legal cases is taking place in Georgia as that's where complainant Laura Helm has filed her claim.
Speaking to radio star Angie Martinez in an interview on Extra, the Good Kisser singer said he was "excited" about the prospect of walking down the aisle a second time."I've been even more excited about the idea of it," he said.
"It could be the fact that I've spent the last year at everybody's damn wedding, like I've become damn near the wedding singer, know what I mean?
Life has become a vacation." "She's someone who has been able to support and understand all of who I am," he added.
"Not just as a dancer or as a performer or as a singer, but as a humanitarian and a businessman and as a person." Usher's September nuptials marks his second marriage.
According to reports, Laura Helm has claimed in recent legal documents that These are Quantasia Sharpton's confessions…
Usher's most public accuser will be facing some credibility issues going forward in the case against the R&B star, as it turns out she lied during a recent interview about their alleged sexual encounter.
"His revelation comes just weeks after he expressed his hopes that his ex-wife will drop his last name once he remarries."I'll marry again.
You know, I don't want to have a harem," the father-of-two said.
When asked if she has video of her and the Additionally, Sharpton and lawyer Lisa Bloom want to subpoena hotel surveillance footage which allegedly shows the now-38-year-old entering her room. One of the singer's herpes accusers, referred to just as Jane Doe, is suspicious that the 38-year-old is fraudulently transferring all of his assets in order to protect his wealth if he were to lose the million lawsuit. Now, this is definitely not confirmed, but reports Doe's lawyer Lisa West seems skeptical because Usher's camp delayed the discovery process in the lawsuit by 90 days, which could potentially give him some time to disperse his money.