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Singer Whitney Houston, who died at 48 following a career marred by drug use, at one time had such an incredible voice that she was chosen to sing at the biggest sporting events in the world.
She sang the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXV in 1991. It remains one of the best performances at the No. 1 television event in the world.
Before that, Houston recorded “One Moment in Time” for the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. The song made it to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Contemporary Chart.
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On Thursday, Whitney Houston appeared with fellow singer Kelly Price on stage at a Hollywood club, where she sang the hymn "Yes, Jesus Loves Me" to loud cheers.
Before I get into scribbling out my thoughts of Whitney Houston, I would like you all to watch this video if you could. Just take about four minutes of your time, watch, and listen. I believe I can sum up this departed musical icon with just this video as a visual example. Related posts:
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- WWE Diva Lilian Garcia has paid tribute to the late Whitney Houston by posting her version of Whitney’s “I’ll Always Love You” single on her YouTube channel. You can hear Lilian’s recording below and here’s the accompanying message:
“I grew up singing all of Whitney Houston’s songs as she was a big influence on me and someone I vocally aspired to be. Some years...
Investigators probing the death of Whitney Houston are trying to determine whether she drowned while in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton on Saturday shortly before she was set to attend a pre-Grammy Awards gala, according to a source who has been briefed about the case.
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Singer Whitney Houston, who reigned as one of the world's top pop stars in the 1980s and '90s but suffered from recurring bouts with drugs and alcohol, was found dead in a Beverly Hills hotel room Saturday.
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Several sources have reported that Whitney Houston died by drowning in her Beverly Hills hotel room's tub with Xanax, alcohol, and other prescription drugs found nearby. So here's Jennifer Hudson's...
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So Whitney Houston’s taken the long dive and with her goes one of the truly astounding voices in all of human creation. The glitterati are, predictably, shocked. Some random Tweets: Mariah Carey: Heartbroken and in tears over the shocking death […]
People across the globe are mourning the untimely death of Whitney Houston, the 48-year-old music icon, whose career triumphs and personal troubles played out in the public eye for years. Those who met her on the set of "Sparkle," filmed in Detroit in October and November, say they are devastated by the loss.
Investigators worked Sunday to piece together what killed Whitney Houston as the music industry's biggest names gathered for a Grammy Awards show that felt as much like a memorial as a celebration.
Whitney Houston's unexplained death on the eve of the Grammy Awards shocked the music world as it prepared for its annual evening of top honors.
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LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Between emotional tributes honoring the late Whitney Houston and fiery performances by some of music’s biggest stars, all eyes were on Adele at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards.
The British queen of soul returned to the spotlight Sunday night for the first time since undergoing throat surgery last year to repair a hemorrhaged vocal cord.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The 54th annual Grammy Awards pulled in big numbers for CBS, garnering the highest ratings for the show since 1984, the network said Monday.
The broadcast delivered 39 million viewers, according to Nielsen. It was the second largest Grammy audience in history.
Fueled by star performances by Adele, who returned to the stage following throat surgery in 2011 and...
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I was watching a portion of the Grammys earlier. Of course they did some minor tweaks in the aftermath of Whitney Houston passing. Just some minor thoughts.
I would have wanted to see Etta James and Don Cornelius on the In Memoriam vignette. Both were not on it. Nate Dogg was simplified into a group instead of individual like what they...