Earlier this year, Sam Smith debuted a snippet of his rendition of Whitney Houston’s classic “How Will I Know” in an episode of Grey’s Anatomy, and ever since, fans have clamored to hear the full version. For a video today from SiriusXM,...Show More Summary
No one can sing like late and eternally beloved icon Whitney Houston. (Not even Whitney during the last decade before she shuffled off to her final reward.) However, out entertainer —and diva-in-training — Sam Smith can sing the hell out of Houston’s classic pop hit “How Will I Know?” like few others. True Blood returns […]
If you somehow manage to not tear up during any Whitney Houston song, then this cover will make your face a briny mess of weepy droplets! Sam Smith performed the best cover of a Whitney song when he took on How Will I Know for SiriusXM and whoa be still our throbbing penis beating heart! We'll be [...]
While nothing beats the bubbly original version of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know," this stripped and slowed down rendition by British singer/songwriter Sam Smith is just lovely. Read more...
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If you're not into Sam Smith yet, get on the train, because this guy has the most beautiful pipes - the kind that make you weep. We've been mildly obsessed with him since he appeared on SNL in March, and his collaboration with Disclosure, "Latch," has been blowing up the radio. Show More Summary
If you are like me, you've been waiting for the full version of Sam Smith's "How Will I Know" cover since you first heard it in the background of an episode of Grey's Anatomy. No? Just me? You'll still love it, anyhow. It's done sad and sweet, very much unlike... More »
I don't think anyone would argue that this wold be out of place in your dentist's office—but that voice...
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Lifetime has filled two major roles in their Whitney Houston biopic. Last week, it was announced that Yaya DaCosta would be playing the role of Whitney Houston, and finally we have information on who’ll play Bobby Brown and Houston’s friend Robyn Crawford.
Back when people actually watched American Idol, one of the classic mistakes a contestant could make was covering Whitney Houston. The judges would always caution singers, tell them that there was no way their versions could stack up to the original. (Maybe they still do this? It’s been a while since I watched that show.) [...]
Like David Letterman, I'm left speechless.
Gerry Goffin wrote more than fifty top 40 hits, many with his first wife and writing partner Carole King. Some of the songs he wrote or co-wrote include “Saving All My Love For You,” recorded by Whitney Houston, “Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To),” recorded by Diana Ross, “(You Make Me [...]
Seems Lifetime has decided to devote itself wholly to a #TBT content strategy. First came Flowers in the Attic; then they announced Aaliyah and Whitney Houston biopics; and now you can set your DVRs for The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell, scheduled to debut Labor Day weekend. Read more...
Niko Pepaj has joined MTV’s Awkward as a recurring guest star. On the comedy, which has its midseason finale Tuesday, he will play Sergio, a confident and unflappable young man who works with Sadie (Molly Tarlov) on the food truck. Pepaj...Show More Summary
It looks as though Lifetime has two unhappy families on their hands when it comes to their upcoming R&B singer biopics. After the announcement of Whitney Houston’s biopic, members of the Houston family expressed their displeasure with the idea. Show More Summary
More than two years after Whitney Houston’s passing, her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is rethinking her family ties. After feuding with her Houston relatives in recent weeks, the 21-year-old… READ ON
Never a network to pass up the chance to glorify the death of a pretty young woman, Lifetime is making a movie about Aaliyah to go with its upcoming dramatized take on Whitney Houston. Though the singer died about 13 years ago, the “network...Show More Summary
Lifetime is ramping up its biopic schedule as the network has announced its newest addition – Aaliyah. The announcement comes on the heels of Lifetime’s upcoming Whitney Houston… READ ON
Following its Whitney Houston biopic announcement, Lifetime has announced that it is also planning Aaliyah movie — starring Disney Channel star turned singer Zendaya Coleman. The Hollywood Reporter writes that the film will be based off Christopher Farley's biography of the singer, Aaliyah: More Than a Woman, and titled Aaliyah:... More »