On the heels of the hot mess that was their Aaliyah biopic, Lifetime is attempting to immortalize Whitney Houston via the small screen with the TV movie Whitney. Hold out hope for the film, but here’s what to expect from
Many can agree that Whitney Houston may be the greatest singer of her generation, an artist we lost too soon. A real fan has followed her journey as a singer, a wife & a mother. And now her life has come to the small screen. Whitney is Angela Bassett’s, American Horror Story and What’s Love Got to Do With Keep Reading ?
This actually looks…good. Can Lifetime redeem themselves from last month’s struggly biopic?
Lifetime continues to mine the best of pop culture with an upcoming biopic about troubled singer Whitney Houston, who… Read More
Whitney, Lifetime's upcoming television movie about the tumultuous life of Whitney Houston, has a debut trailer out now. The film stars Yaya DaCosta as the titular singer and is directed by Angela Bassett. Buzzfeed writes the film "chronicles Houston’s life...
Call me skeptical. But after watching Lifetime’s Aaliyah: Princess of R&B biopic, I am quite skeptical about their Whitney Houston biopic. In the realm of biopics, they can be either really bad, or really good. After viewing the trailer...Show More Summary
Lifetime announced that it would be releasing a Whitney Houston biopic directed by celebrated actress Angela Bassett earlier this year…Continue
The last time Lifetime premiered a biopic, it wasn’t received too well. Although Aaliyah: Princess of R&B received stellar ratings, it was probably because of this phenomenon called “hate watching.”
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Look, we love us some Angela Bassett… So don’t get mad at us for asking the question. Angela Basset interview at the Special Needs Network’s 9th Annual “Evening Under The Stars” A Toast to Old Hollywood Red Carpet Arrivals at
The upcoming Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics album features the Queen of Soul covering some truly great female music icons of the past and present - including Gladys Knight, Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Sinead O'Connor, the Supremes, Alicia...
Her voice has been described as one of the best of all time, and now Whitney Houston's music will make a comeback in a new album filled with live performances that occurred throughout her career.
Whitney Houston’s first live album will arrive this fall.
Leave nippy’s spirit out of your shenanigans, ma’am… Lindsay Lohan Lies About Handling Whitney Houston’s Body Bag Lindsay Lohan is known for pulling a stunt or two, but this one is one of her more extreme. Via TMZ: Lindsay
The singer who also recently covered Whitney Houston's hit, "How Will I Know?", performed his own take on Tracy Chapman's classic, "Fast Car" for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge. The result, as Beyonce (or Barbra) might say, is butter. Watch...
Giving these young ones a run for their money! Angela Bassett In Lingerie For New Shoot Anglea Bassett has still got it at age 55. Via PageSix: At 55, Angela Bassett looks better than ever. The Whitney Houston biopic
Bearish crooner Matt Zarley (you've seen him get into political hot water and stand in for Jim Lange in a zany remake of The Dating Game) sat down with his mic for a tribute to the singer who was his...
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Keke Palmer is wise beyond her years. We spoke to her about the 2 biopics in production and she spoke from the heart on the subject.