The legendary singer who was simply known as “The Voice”, is remembered fondly on the day she passed away.
Whitney Houston is one of the greatest singers in the history of the world and the world has not forgotten. She was born on August 9th 1963, but became an immortal icon on February 11, 2012 when she had an untimely passing.
There have been countless artists who have looked up to the singer’s amazing career and have tried to reach the level of her vocal prowess. Houston was also a force in the movie world as she captured audiences with her performance in “The Bodyguard”.
The single “I Will Always Love You’ was a remake of Dolly Parton’s hit song, but she made it her own when the song dropped on the soundtrack for “The Bodyguard”.
Of course in life people face trials and tribulations, but Whitney Houston’s issues were front and center in the media because of her celebrity status. It has been well documented in movies and films.
Despite her faults, the Pop Queen still resonates til this day as an elite artist that only a handful singers could match. Below is Brandy speaking about her qualities on the set of the first ever “Black” Cinderella movie that she co-starred with the legend.
— whitney houston (@legendofWhitney) February 11, 2021
2 more days until “Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella” begins streaming on @disneyplus. I’m so excited to share this beautiful film with a new generation of families. Thank you for this moment ♥️ @etnow pic.twitter.com/tK17SpEQi2
— b r a n d y (@4everBrandy) February 10, 2021
RIP Whitney Houston (August 9, 1963 – February 11, 2012) pic.twitter.com/ZePNG3Rpaw
— The Undefeated (@TheUndefeated) February 11, 2021
There will never be another National Anthem like the one performed at Super Bowl XXV because there will never be another performer like Whitney Houston.
30 years ago, the icon delivered an unforgettable rendition built on soul, power, and unity that moved the nation. pic.twitter.com/lJsHo2m2nZ
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) February 7, 2021
Elvis Presley #3….. like this is the sht that I hate
— HOOD VOGUE is tired of poverty (@itskeyon) February 7, 2021
Continue to R.I.P. 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿
— AbTheBoss🇵🇦🇵🇦 (@365Boss) February 11, 2021
Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston recording "When You Believe" for the 'The Prince Of Egypt' soundtrack in 1998.
Whitney Houston later shut down rumors that they were rivals, saying, “When we got together, it was like magic. We clicked, we laughed like old girlfriends.” pic.twitter.com/nIWEogMMlj
— Pigeons & Planes (@PigsAndPlans) February 8, 2021
"We didn’t know each other — and she was one of the greatest of all time. And then we finally did a duet together that won an Oscar. We had the best time working together." @MariahCarey #ripwhitneyhouston 🖤#WhitneyHouston 👑 pic.twitter.com/qHvhi6Qbsn
— All About Mariah (@AllAboutMariah) February 11, 2021
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