Whitney Houston May Not Be Ready To Come Back

wenn1754241.jpgRepeatedly cheering “I love you, Trinidad!” when you’re performing in Tobago is an understandable mistake for Whitney Houston to make, but not being able to pull off the end of “I Will Always Love You?” That sounds like trouble. Reports on her thirty minute performance at the Plymouth Jazz Festival must not have pleased Clive Davis or anyone else still invested in her career.

Houston opened her show with ‘Its Not Right, But Its Okay’ and by her third song, ‘Saving All My Love,’ the once soprano’s newfound tenor tone was in full rasp.

Delivering only seven songs during her 30 minute set, Houston was reportedly paid a whopping $3 million for the show.

Wearing a white gown with a single shoulder strap, Houston skipped around the stage and continuously shouted to the crowd: “I love you Trinidad !’

Unfortunately, the concert was in Tobago!

Locals shouted back each time: “This is Tobago!”

…The 44-year-old music icon ambitiously attempted ‘And I’ll Always Love You,’ however she struggled through the build up and knew better than attempt the high finish.

She bowed and then squatted after her pseudo-encore of Chaka Khan’s ‘I’m Every Woman,’ which Houston also recorded for ‘The Bodyguard’ soundtrack.

Squatted? What exactly is being described here? Was it a failed curtsey, or something scarier? Hopefully she can avoid squatting for the entirety of her upcoming performance in London on May 8th.

Houston There’s A Problem: Whitney Houston Disappoints Tobago Fans [BV Buzz via TMZ]
[Photo: WENN]

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  • Halfwit

    The country’s called Trinidad & Tobago. Tobago’s very rural, and mostly offers tourism for Trinidadians and Europeans. I don’t that was as big a gaffe as it’s being made out to be.

  • Reidicus

    Holy oversized picture, Batman! It’s not just me, is it?

  • Halfwit

    @Reidicus: Not just you. Also, while not as big a gaffe as reported, calling Tobago Trinidad does allow for an awesome tag.

  • SuperUnison

    This is what happens when you don’t have an embarassing crackhead around. It’s amazing how much of a shit you give about the high part when the scalding, freshly used pipe is gonna get pressed against your daughter’s neck if you don’t nail it just like on the CD.

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