It’s been one year since the music world lost Whitney Houston, and stars like Mariah Carey and Jordin Sparks are honoring their dear friend.
Last night at his annual pre-GRAMMY party, Clive Davis honored his friend, Whitney Houston.
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THE CASE: When our musical idols passed away in generations past, they left behind a legacy to remember them by. That wasn’t enough for superstars like Michael Jackson and Amy Winehouse – or perhaps more accurately, their estates – thus spawning posthumous releases featuring outtakes and half-finished material.
With less than 24 hours before the GRAMMYs were set to go live, Whitney Houston passed away. In a new one-hour special, fans get a behind-the-scenes look at how last year’s show was able to pull together not only the awards ceremony, but a last-minute tearful tribute to the fallen diva.
For the first time, Cissy Houston talked about the last moment she spoke with her daughter Whitney before her tragic death.
Whitney Houston’s death on February 11 at the age of 48 came as a shock to the music world. But in the months that followed fans, friends, family and fellow musicians were able to pay their respects to the diva.
Adam proves men can be divas, Kelly flashes her new ring and Miley shows she can’t be tamed.
Adele joins other artists like Whitney Houston, the Backstreet Boys and N’Sync who have reached the milestone.
The special, featuring Jennifer Hudson, Celine Dion and Britney Spears, will be out December 18.