Breaking News: Legendary Singer Whitney Houston Has Died! 

Breaking News: Legendary Singer Whitney Houston Has Died! 

Updated: Remembering Whitney Houston's Legacy and Video Tribute.
Fans and music peers all over the world are morning the untimely death of one of music's most iconic singers  Whitney Houston. The 48 year old mom of one daughter, was found dead in her hotel room at the Beverly Hilton today Saturday, February 11th, mere hours before she was scheduled to attend Clive Davis pre-Grammy Awards Party!

Read on for more, plus see our video tribute of Whitney's greatest hits...

Her Publicist Kristen Foster confirmed Whitney's passing, she said "I can confirm that Whitney Houston was pronounced dead at 3:55 p.m. at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. We received a call at 3:43 p.m. from hotel security and Beverly Hills Fire and police responded minutes later".

The cause of death is still unknown and Beverly Hills Police Lieutenant Mark Rosen said "We don't know yet, her death is under investigation." This is heartbreaking RIP Whitney!

Remembering Whitney Houston:
Born in Newark, New Jersey Whitney Houston was one of the greatest singers in the music industry, her voice was one of a kind and she made music that touched the souls of millions around the world. Her first album debut in 1985 and included the hit song 'Greatest Love of All'.

She was a  six-time Grammy winner with a total of twenty six nominations. Her record sales in the United States alone totaled 55 million with over 170 million albums sold worldwide. Her music accreditation included winning 22 American Music Awards out of 38 nominations. Whitney was also the first female artist to debut an album at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart and the only artist to chart seven consecutive Number One Billboard Hot 100 hits.

Whitney's marriage to then singer Bobby Brown can be compared to today's music heavyweight couple Jay-Z and Beyonce.  During her marriage she had one daughter whom they named Bobby-Christina. She went on to film the movie "The Body Guard" with actor Kevin Costner which produced her iconic song "I will Always Love You". 

In recent years Whitney's career took a pitfall as she suffered from drug addiction and problems with her voice making her unable to belt out the iconic high notes she was known for. Recently however she was getting back on track, as she sought help for her addiction, and had a starring role alongside Jordin Sparks in the upcoming film 'Sparkle'. News of her passing broke just hours before she was scheduled to attend and possibly perform at music mogul Clive Davis's Pre-Grammy party tonight.

Below is a video tribute of a few of Whitney Houston's hit songs and live performances. To see more videos visit our YouTube channel LushFabGlamTV.

'I Will Always Love You' (The Body Guard) Video:

Whitney Houston 'Didn't We Almost Have It All' (Live in Japan):

Whitney Houston 'The Greatest Love of All' at the 1987 Grammy Awards:

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  1. oh no RIP Whitney.

  2. What a shocker! Difficult to believe

  3. Whaaaaaat? That's sad.

  4. Anonymous2/11/2012

    RIP Whitney Houston.

  5. For real? Wow that is too sad.

  6. Anonymous2/11/2012

    There is a concert going on in Heaven and guess who's singing Whitney! RIP

  7. Michael Jackson was the king of pop and Whitney was the queen #RIP


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