Last night at his annual pre-GRAMMY party, Clive Davis honored his friend, Whitney Houston. The music exec, whose new book about his career, The Soundtrack of My Life, comes out February 19, played a rarely […]
Bryan Adams won a GRAMMY in 1992, but he’s never really thought of it as much of an accomplishment. The singer-turned-photographer earned the statue for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other […]
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 […]
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, ‘We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute To Whitney Houston,’ features Celine Dion, Usher and Britney Spears.
The singer explains why this isn’t the first time he’s had “Let Me Love You” as a song title to a track he’s penned.
Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Usher and more will pay their respects to the celebrated singer.
With the fourth season of ‘Glee’ ready to premiere tomorrow at its new night and time, we look back at some of our favorite moments from last season.
Jordin discusses singing Whitney’s song on set while Mariah wrote her new single after learning of Whitney’s death.
The singer reveals being a “ball of nerves” while watching the film in it’s entirety.
In the new trailer for the film ‘Sparkle,’ Cee Lo Green’s powerful voice anchors a clip that is as soulful as it is heartfelt. Indeed, the early preview of the dramatic film, due in theaters August 17, is packed with intrigue and great sounds.
This year’s Olympic ceremonies will feature numerous songs written by historic classical composers decades ago as well as performances by former 90s superstars like the Spice Girls. But where’s all the new music?
Jordin says she always knew she wanted to be musically involved with the people she grew up loving, like Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Celine Dion and, of course, Whitney Houston. She also knew she wanted to act, but never thought she would get a chance to work so closely with Ms. Houston on the movie Sparkle.
With the video for “Celebrate,” the first single off of the ‘Sparkle soundtrack, Jordin Sparks honors her late co-star Whitney Houston.
The highest-seller at an auction of music memorabilia this past weekend was expected to be the crypt of Elvis Presley, but when the King of Rock & Roll’s tomb was pulled from the Beverly Hills auction, the King of Pop’s memorabilia took top billing.
Four months after the tragic death of ex-wife Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown married his fiancee Alicia Etheridge on Monday, June 18. According to People, Brown was married in Hawaii less than 24 hours after performing […]
Whitney Houston’s new movie-musical, Sparkle, comes out in theaters August 17, but it might soon find a permanent home on the Broadway stage.
Dina Lohan is going to back on TV (YIKES!), Justin Bieber is sending the country of Norway into a state of emergency, Paris Hilton is back on the market, Kim Kardashian complaining again, and is Beyonce pregnant again? All that and more in today’s Dirty Laundry.
Five months after giving birth to Blue Ivy, Beyoncé returned to the stage over the Memorial Day weekend in Atlantic City, NJ for her first live shows since becoming a new mom, proving motherhood hasn’t slowed the singer down one bit.
For three seasons, Glee has been putting its spin on current hit singles and classic songs. The show has connected fans to music they may never have heard before. But it also has an eerie sense of timing, almost like a pop culture Nostradamus, when it comes to musicians’ deaths.
Three months before the release of Whitney Houston’s last film, Sparkle, fans get a chance to listen to the singer’s final song “Celebrate.”
Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston were the central characters in the 2005 unscripted show Being Bobby Brown, but he apparently frowns on the reality show route for their daughter, Bobbi Kristina. While an unscripted TV […]
Whitney Houston is gone but certainly not forgotten. This Sunday, friends and family will honor the singer’s chart-topping legacy at the Billboard Music Awards.
It’s been three months since Whitney Houston’s tragic passing, but her family is ready to let the world see how they’re coping with the singer’s death in a new TV show.
After years of lending her voice to VH1 Divas telecast, Whitney Houston will be honored on the 2012 installment of the show, which is set to air live in December.
In his first interview following Whitney Houston’s sudden death on February 11, her ex-husband Bobby Brown speaks up about Houston’s history with drugs, his reaction to her passing, and his interaction with her just a week before her death.
Graduation day is looming and the students of McKinley High are struggling to say goodbye. Luckily, they’ve got the songs of Whitney Houston to help them through.
Break out those bellbottoms and lace up those platform boots because tonight “Glee’s” gonna burn that mother down! Yep, the show’s gone disco for an episode dedicated to “Saturday Night Fever.” The kids from William McKinley will be busting a move and belting out the hits that defined a generation in an episode cleverly titled, “Saturday Night Glee-ver.”
The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office released their final report Wednesday on the death of Whitney Houston. The Coroner’s Office concluded that the death was an “Accident” and they listed the official cause of death as “Drowning,” according to a statement from Lieutenant Mark Rosen.