It seems news is first broken via social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, and usually it is the first place people get their information — sometimes true and at time hoaxes. With the news of mega-star Whitney Houston‘s death, naturally it was and has been the hottest news topic of the past week.
The long-gestating sequel to ‘Waiting to Exhale’ is still in the works — even after the untimely death of Whitney Houston, who was an important part of the original’s ensemble cast. And as Fox 2000 Pictures chief Elizabeth Gabler sees it, “It’s almost in her honor that we think to soldier on.”
Bobby Brown has denied reports that Whitney Houston‘s family are prohibiting him from attending her funeral, which will take place at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., on Saturday (Feb. 18). TMZ reported that Brown was banned from the service but a source told ABC News that it was not true.
The decision to have Amber Riley’s character, Mercedes, sing Whitney Houston‘s ‘I Will Always Love You’ on this week’s ‘Heart’ episode of ‘Glee‘ was planned weeks ago. But given Houston’s tragic death over the weekend, the show will now be dedicating the entire episode to her.
More new details are emerging in the tragic death of Whitney Houston. New reports say that the coroner’s office informed Houston’s family that a deadly combination of prescription drugs, not drowning, is what killed the legendary singer.
We’ve got to hand it to Jennifer Hudson: The girl can perform in the face of tragedy better than most. First she performed a stellar National Anthem following the horrific murders of her mother, brother and nephew.
Now, she’s stepping in to pay tribute to Whitney Houston at tonight’s Grammy ceremony — but it hasn’t been easy for the ‘Dream Girls’ star. She broke down in tears several times during rehearsals.
Whitney Houston‘s death left a behind a trail of iconic songs and performances that defined a generation, warmed our hearts and just made us ‘Wanna Dance With Somebody.’ As we look back at the life of this world-renown diva who set the standard of singing for all those who followed, these 10 hits almost immediately come to mind.
In her last interview before her shocking death, Whitney Houston expressed her joy at starring in and executive producing a remake of 1976′s ‘Sparkle.’ Houston was calm, collected and content alongside costar Jordin Sparks. There’s a visible warmth between them that’s moving to watch.
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