For the first time, Bobby Brown opens up about what we haven’t yet heard — during an interview with ABC’s Robin Roberts, which will air on 20/20 this Tuesday, June 7, Bobby talks about the moment he made the decision to let Bobbi Kristina go, and how he lost both his daughter and his ex-wife, Whitney Houston, to drugs.
There are far too many stars who have just died far too young, and we miss them every day. Today, we’re honoring celebs like Cory Monteith, Whitney Houston, Paul Walker and more who left us too soon. Take a trip down memory lane by clicking through the gallery right here.
Good to know that if Britney Spears, Shakira, Rihanna or Celine Dion ever need a day off from performing, they can disguise Ariana Grande and push her out onstage! The “Dangerous Woman” singer set the bar way high for the next Saturday Night Live host on her March 12 episode, churning out impressions of some of the most famous singers in the world. That included one remarkable Whitney Houston performance! Click through to watch!
There’s a reason Beyonce‘s nickname is Slayonce! The 34-year-old singer took on perhaps one of the hardest songs to cover, Whitney Houston‘s “I Will Always Love You,” at the Center for Early Education’s 75th Anniversary Gala in Los Angeles on March 5, and she absolutely crushed it. There’s no way she didn’t make the late Whitney proud after a performance like that!
Bobby Brown, 46, appeared on The Real, for an episode that will air Monday, September 14, and took part in his sad first interview since the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown. Bobby, joined by wife Alicia Etheredge, spoke eloquently about the daughter he adored, and the pain her passing on July 26 has caused. Most beautiful of all, he shared that he believed her late mother, Whitney Houston, helped her into heaven.
Pat Houston, the president of the Whitney Houston Estate, has officially partnered with Hologram USA and FilmOnStudios to launch a show of Whitney Houston‘s greatest hits — including special guests. Of course, the guest of honor will be a hologram of Whitney herself. Pat has released a statement, in full support of the new hologram.
Whitney Houston had an unmistakable influence on the music industry, as well as pop culture as a whole — and we miss her terribly. What a beautiful soul, who was taken from us far too soon. We’d like to remember the singer and actress today, August 9, on what would have been her 52nd birthday.