As a TV-viewing world, we?re all aware that a lot of things happening on the idiot box that are purported to be real are, in fact, just a bunch of malarkey. The channel Reelz, which isn?t exactly known for its journalistic integrity, airs a series called Autopsy: The Last Hours of?, and its Whitney Houston episode was totally bullshitting everyone. Click To Continue Reading
Years ago, the late Whitney Houston opened her home to 12-year-old Nick Gordon, a boy whose birth mother could no longer care for him. The legendary singer never legally adopted Gordon, but raised him as her son for more than a decade alongside her younger daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown. Show More Summary
Producer Clive Davis talks about his long collaboration with the late Whitney Houston and a new DVD collection that highlights her career.
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When Whitney Houston sang, everyone listened. "Whitney Houston Live," a video and audio package celebrating Houston's live performances, is out today, Nov. 10, and in a clip debuting on HuffPost Entertainment, Houston brings a packed...Show More Summary
Fans revere Whitney Houston’s studio recordings, but Houston scaled her greatest vocal peaks in live performances. Now a five-star album shows why.
Whitney Houston had a little something to do with Beyoncé's solo career. During an interview promoting her new Oxygen reality show, Fix My Choir, Michelle Williams recalled the time that Destiny's Child first met Whitney and heard her singing the group's classic anthem, "Say My Name." Read more...
Clive Davis excused himself and stepped out of the room while hopscotching through video highlights of Whitney Houston's career during a recent playback session. At that moment, it was during Houston's characteristically ultra-emotional performance of Diane Warren's "I Didn't Know My Own...
Once upon a time, Beyoncè was just one-third of the female pop trio Destiny's Child. She, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams made sweet music like "Bugaboo," "Independent Women," "Survivor," and of course, "Say My Name." Whitney Houston...Show More Summary
The veteran record producer talks about his key collaborations with Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen and Alicia Keys and his regrets for those he never signed Hello, Mr Davis! Busy day at the office?Very busy. I had my dear friend and colleague Carlos Santana with me all morning, which is always a pleasure. Show More Summary
"It's just the gift that keeps on giving," Parton says about her hit song 'I Will Always Love You' read more
Jessie J recently gave thanks to the late, great Whitney Houston. In case you haven’t heard, Jessie has a tendency to really belt out her tunes. Although the British singer, who dropped her third album Sweet Talker earlier this month,...Show More Summary
Since Lifetime announced the production of a Whitney Houston biopic there’s been a ton of talk about Angela Bassett’s involvement. As the Inquisitr reported, Bassett is the director of the production. Not only is this her first job as...Show More Summary
At WSJDLive, Jack Ma confessed that he learned how to deliver speeches by watching Whitney Houston in the movie The Bodyguard.
Whitney Houston has been one of my favorite artists of all time since I met her in the 1980s, during my college years. She was very kind to me when I was at her concert all dressed up and looking a mess. So when I heard that Koko Jones,...Show More Summary
Barry Manilow took the stage at The View on Tuesday (October 28) to perform a revamped version of Whitney Houston‘s hit “I Believe In You And Me.” The 71-year-old legendary musician took the original vocals from Whitney‘s song and inserted his own vocals in to create a duet. “Whitney, just by herself, I had to [...]
On Tuesday's episode of The View, Barry Manilow stopped by to promote his just-released duets album. This album is very special; it's entirely tracks of Manilow performing with people who are dead. Read more...
The movie hasn't even been made yet but already the filmmakers behind Lifetime's upcoming Whitney Houston biopic are defending the project against vocal critics, including Cissy Houston, the late singer's mother. American Horror Story's Angela Bassett, who is set to direct the film, faced the criticism head on. Read more...
A US Army Corporal carries a detonation cord to blow up expired ordinance in Afghanistan. (US Army photo by Staff Sgt. Whitney Houston)
On March 17th, 1990, "That's What Friends Are For," an Arista Records 15th Anniversary Concert and AIDS benefit, was held at Radio City Music Hall (a month later it aired on CBS). Along with a slew of celebrities on hand, performers included Air Supply, Burt Bacharach, Hall & Oates, Alan Jackson, Barry Manilow, Carly Simon, and Dionne Warwick. Show More Summary