Posts tagged "Whitney Houston"

Brandy Tributes Whitney Houston At ‘Two Eleven’ Release Show: Watch

Last night (October 15), Brandy celebrated the release of her sixth LP Two Eleven (which dropped today and which we love) with an intimate concert in New York City. The singer performed tracks from the new album as well as old hits, but perhaps the most exciting moment came when she honored Whitney Houston. Brandy…

By: Carl Williott / October 16, 2012

Usher’s Whitney Houston Tribute: Watch Him Perform “I Believe In You And Me”

The hour-long, star-studded TV special We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston taped live at the Nokia Theater on October 11. And while the show won’t air on CBS until November 13 (the same day the compilation I Will Always Love You – The Best of Whitney Houston will be released),…

By: Carl Williott / October 15, 2012

Britney Spears To Join CBS’ Whitney Houston Tribute

Britney Spears is set to pay her respects to one of the greats: The pop superstar and X Factor judge has just been added to the line-up for the upcoming CBS hour-long special We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston. Just don’t expect a performance from the pop diva, since she’…

By: Sam Lansky / October 10, 2012

Whatcha Say: Adele’s “Skyfall,” Bieber’s Barf & The Nicki Vs. Mariah Drama Got Our Readers Talking

Over the past week, Adele‘s James Bond theme song “Skyfall” was released, Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey got into an apparent cat fight on the set of American Idol, Bruno Mars unveiled a new single, Christina Aguilera revealed her Lotus album cover and Chris Brown got hammered and threw some video online showing the “real”…

By: Robbie Daw / October 5, 2012

Whitney Houston’s 10 Best Songs That Were Left Off Her New ‘Best Of’

On November 12, RCA will release a new Whitney Houston hits CD called I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston. When the 18 tracks were announced, debates began over which singles didn’t make the cut. Message boards lit up, press-on nails were chewed off and it basically seemed confounding that at least…

By: Stephen Sears / October 1, 2012

Whitney Houston’s Daughter Bobbi Kristina Involved In Car Crash: Morning Mix

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:: TMZ is reporting that Whitney Houston‘s 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown was in a nasty car accident Sunday (September 23) in Georgia. Boyfriend Nick Gordon was driving the car, which was reportedly the only vehicle involved, and they both got  home unscathed. The car, not so much. [TMZ]…

By: Carl Williott / September 27, 2012

Usher & Jennifer Hudson To Perform At Whitney Houston Tribute Concert

Jennifer Hudson and Usher are among the high profile singers who will perform at the televised Whitney Houston tribute concert “We Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute to Whitney Houston” on October 11. The special takes place at the Nokia Theatre in LA next month and will air as part of a one-hour special…

By: Carl Williott / September 26, 2012

Whitney Houston’s ‘Best Of’ Tracklist Revealed

Whitney Houston‘s upcoming hits collection hasn’t had the most auspicious start, with the disappointing R. Kelly collaboration “I Look to You” dropping this morning. Luckily, it’s impossible to mess with the perfection of most of Houston’s hits, which is why I Will Always Love You — The Best of Whitney Houston will probably still deliver…

By: Sam Lansky / September 25, 2012

R. Kelly Adds Vocals To Whitney Houston’s “I Look To You”: Watch The Lyric Video

Whitney Houston‘s “I Look To You” — which served as the title track to her sixth and final studio album in 2009 — isn’t one of the legendary vocalist’s most iconic ballads, but it is one of her finest. The sparse, restrained production never spills over into histrionics, and her voice, which by that point…

By: Sam Lansky / September 25, 2012

Mariah Carey And No Doubt To Perform At NFL Kickoff: Morning Mix

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:: Mariah Carey is bound to feel more triumphant than usual when she performs during the NFL pre-game show on September 5, showing off her powerful pipes before the New York Giants take on the Dallas Cowboys. No Doubt will also be on hand to perform their single “Settle Down”.

By: Becky Bain / August 17, 2012

‘Sparkle’ Opens Tomorrow, So We’re Live Tweeting It!

As any Whitney Houston fan will tell you, Friday (Aug. 17) marks the release of the late pop icon’s final appearance on the silver screen in Sparkle. Simultaneously, it’s also American Idol alum Jordin Sparks‘ big movie debut. The film is a remake of the 1976 original and follows three sisters who rise to fame…

By: Erika Brooks Adickman / August 16, 2012

2 Chainz Tells His ‘T.R.U. Story’, Whitney Houston ‘Sparkles’ In Theaters: The Drop

It’s Tuesday and that means it’s time for The Drop, our Soundbytes segment that reviews all the hottest releases of the week. Making these August days even hotter is a country-fried rapper formerly of Ludacris‘ crew, now stepping out on his own with a new name and his first solo record. We’re talking about 2

By: Idolator Staff / August 14, 2012

Bobbi Kristina Gets Whitney Houston-Inspired Tattoo

Paris Jackson paid tribute her father Michael Jackson with a photo shrine in her bedroom, and now another daughter of a music icon is honoring their dearly departed parent in a big way. Whitney Houston‘s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, got a tattoo of her mother’s initials on what would have been Whitney’s 49th birthday (August 9).

By: Becky Bain / August 10, 2012

Whitney Houston’s Career-Spanning Greatest Hits Collection Due Out This Fall

Whitney Houston‘s 2000 collection Whitney — The Greatest Hits may be the fourth-best-selling album of the year after fans flocked to it in the wake of the singer’s death, but many who’ve purchased the compilation over the past 12 years have held the complaint that the upbeat tracks appear in remix form, rather than their…

By: Robbie Daw / August 9, 2012

Whitney Houston’s Acting Roles: A Look Back At Her Career In Hollywood

Whitney Houston was affectionally referred to as “The Voice” throughout her career, but the icon was also a pretty great actress, too. Today, on what would have been her 49th birthday — and one week before the release of her final film, Sparkle — we took a look back at Houston’s TV and film appearances throughout her career.

By: Becky Bain / August 9, 2012

Whitney Houston’s Birthday: Soundbytes “Celebrates” The ‘Sparkle’ Star!

Had her life not taken that tragic turn on Feb. 11, Whitney Houston would have celebrated her 49th birthday today. Nearly six months to the day of her passing, the legendary diva is still at the front of our thoughts, not only because the tributes continue to pour in, but because were she alive, Whitney…

By: Idolator Staff / August 9, 2012

Alphabeat Tease New Whitney Houston-esque Single “Love Sea”

Well, now we know where Alphabeat went on holiday following their previous single “Vacation” — to the “Love Sea”, naturally. The Danish pop act have teased a minute of the second single from their upcoming third album by noting that the song will be released in full in 10 days (on August 13). And judging…

By: Robbie Daw / August 3, 2012

Listen To Whitney Houston’s “His Eye Is On The Sparrow” And Stream The ‘Sparkle’ Soundtrack

Though Sparkle hits theaters August 17 (a week after what would have been Whitney Houston‘s 49th birthday on August 9), the film’s soundtrack will drop on July 31. But why wait til then to give it a listen? The entire soundtrack — including “I’m A Man” performed by Cee Lo Green, “Something He Can Feel” (popularized…

By: Becky Bain / July 25, 2012

Amy Winehouse Foundation To Build Children’s Hospice: Morning Mix

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:: One year after Amy Winehouse‘s untimely death, The Amy Winehouse Foundation announced its plan to build a children’s hospice in north London. [NME]

:: Everyone’s favorite vacation exhibitionist, Rihanna, filmed an interview with Oprah in her native Barbados, airing Sunday, August 19 on the OWN network. And…

By: Idolator Staff / July 24, 2012

Whitney Houston’s Death Ranked Among TV’s 20 Most Impactful Moments

Sony Electronics and the Nielsen television research company released a study of TV’s Most Impactful Moments of the past 50 years on Wednesday. The survey was conducted in February of this year via an online questionnaire of 1,077 adults, and the resultant televised events were ranked by whether people remembered watching them (hence the oldest…

By: Robbie Daw / July 12, 2012
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