Movies She is to our eyes what Whitney was to our ears.
Calling Whitney Houston a “crack ho” got two radio dj’s suspended, so calling the deceased songstress the N-word isn’t going to be received favorably by most. An Illinois man was suspended from his duties as president of a youth baseball organization on Monday after calling Whitney Houston the N-word on his Facebook page.
John Kelly wrote the following on his Facebook:
Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell showed zombie Whitney Houston how to sing “I Will Always Love You” with his amazing acoustic rendition at the Obama 2012 Rally in San Francisco on Thursday.
I'm guessing this is before she had to find out the hard way that crack is whack. There are certain things that you're not supposed to do after a celebrity dies. You can't make jokes about them, you can't string them up like a marionette and you can't raise their album prices. Sony seeing opportunity in the doorway decided that it'd be a good idea to...
- 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 ifluence on me and someone I vocally aspired to be. Some years ago...
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.
Whitney Houston's death impacted many people in the sports world. Here is the reaction from some of the most prominent figures.
On Saturday, the sad news broke that singer/actress Whitney Houston was found dead at age 48.
In January 1991, Whitney Houston sang the National Anthem before Super Bowl XXV. It was earlier that month that the Persian Gulf War started, so during that particular year, "The Star-Spangled Banner" had additional meaning due to the men and women who were overseas fighting...
Whitney Houston died Saturday at the young age of 48. She was one of the best singers of our generation and her talents reached all aspects of the entertainment industry. The Associated Press has details on her death and career, but we’ll leave you with one of her best performances, the singing of the national anthem at the 1991 Super Bowl.
Just how transcendent was Whitney? When...
REST IN PEACE
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”...