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Cue the prophet Whitney Houston: Ohhh, I wanna dance with somebody! I wanna feel the heat with somebody! “Somebody,” thy name is Armie Hammer. In Call Me By Your Name, Timothée Chalamet stars as Elio, a 17-year-old besotted by Oliver (Hammer), the 24-year-old grad student studying with his family in ... More »
Were you watching??? Demetria McKinney Praised For Whitney Houston Portrayal In Bobbi Kristina Biopic Demetria McKinney nailed it. If you tuned in to last night’s TV One Bobbi Kristina biopic then you no doubt were enamored by her perfect portrayal
(PG-13: Lyrics) We’re not sure how he managed to pull it off this time – but mashup master DJ Cummerbund managed to combine Whitney Houston’s I Wanna Dance with Somebody with Mumford and Sons’ Little Lion Man, and a dash of Kesha’s TiK ToK so the party don’t stop.
Clive Davis, who has been a driving force behind the careers of music stars from Janis Joplin to Bruce Springsteen to Whitney Houston, Patti Smith, Barry Manilow, Aerosmith, Alicia Keys ant The Notorious B.I.G., is the focus of the documentary...
Janis Joplin, Santana, Michael Bolton and Whitney Houston. A montage of performances by these artists kicks off the compelling new documentary “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives.” Those artists, along with Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Aerosmith, Alicia Keys, Barry...
The singer and the hit maker were entangled for three decades. He wanted chart-topping songs. But what did she want?
According to a new film, Houston carried multiple heavy secrets which contributed to her struggles with addiction.
Doreen St. Félix writes about Whitney Houston’s dual persona and troubled life, and about “Whitney: Can I Be Me?,” a new documentary about the pop star.
As pieces cataloguing the price of fame go, Whitney Houston: Can I Be Me is a master class. For readers lucky enough to be younger than 25 years of age, she was one of the deities of the hairspray and shoulder pads epoch. Whitney Houston's pop was candy floss catchy, and was manufactured specifically with white American audiences in mind. Show More Summary
The Blow are releasing a new album, Brand New Abyss, later this month. They've shared a few tracks from it so far -- "Think About Me," "Get Up" and the Whitney Houston cover "Greatest Love Of All" -- and its latest single, "The Woman You Want Her To Be," is just as good as the…
Whitney Houston’s song, “Miracle,” was the impetus for a pregnant woman named Wanda to cancel an appointment at Planned Parenthood and later to share her testimony on YouTube. Wanda wrote: I remember when I first heard this song and saw the video. Show More Summary
Showtime’s Can I Be Me explores the life, loves, and tragic death of the legendary singer.
This fall, TV One will delve into the tragic life of Bobbi Kristina Brown -- the only daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown -- who passed away in 2015. Taking place immediately after Houston's death in 2012, the biopic will follow...Show More Summary
Like it or not, Bobbi Kristina Brown is getting the biopic treatment. The made-for-TV drama promises to tell the real story about Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's only child and the struggles she battled throughout her later years. Bobbi Kristina will focus on the daughter growing up in the shadow of a music legend, her complicated relationship [...]
Bobbi Kristina Brown's story is about to be told on the small screen. E! News can exclusively reveal that the made-for-TV biopic centering around Bobby Brown and Whitney...