Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston
05/19/2017 at 15:21. Facebook
31 years ago this week, Whitney's "Greatest Love Of All" hit No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was her third consecutive No.1 and spent 3 weeks at the top. The song was written by Michael Masser and had originally been recorded by George Benson in the 70s. It remains her third biggest hit after "I Will Always Love You" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody." The B-side of the single was the...
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31 years ago this week Whitneys Greatest Love Of All hit No1

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Whitney Houston's official music video for 'Greatest Love Of All'. Click to listen to Whitney Houston on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/WhitneyHSpotify?IQid=Whi...

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Seventeen years ago today (May 16, 2000), 'Whitney: The Greatest Hits' compilation album was released. This photo was one that was considered for cover at the time, but not chosen. The album garnered four singles, including “Could I Have This Kiss Forever” with Enrique Iglesias, “If I Told You That” with George Michael, “Fine” and “Same Script, Different Cast.”
Seventeen years ago today May 16 2000 Whitney The Greatest Hits compilation
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Cissy and Whitney singing together back in the early 80s. Whitney got her start with her Mom, singing in the church and later in Cissy's nightclub act. Thinking of Cissy on Mother's Day which is this Sunday in the U.S.
Cissy and Whitney singing together back in the early 80s Whitney got
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Whitney performing on the season finale of the TV show "Dancing with the Stars" in November 2009. She performed "I Wanna Dance With Somebody..." and "Million Dollar Bill."
Whitney performing on the season finale of the TV show Dancing with
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At some point in their careers, celebrities can be followed and photographed by paparazzi and Whitney was no exception. Here pictured is a David LaChapelle photo of Whitney from the 'Greatest Hits' photo shoot where he and Whitney re-created a "paparazzi moment."
At some point in their careers celebrities can be followed and photographed
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"I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)," released as a single 30 years ago today, took the dance-pop giddiness of Whitney’s first album's signature smash, "How Will I Know," and raised the stakes. The song quickly shot to No. 1 -- the first of four consecutive Hot 100-toppers to be pulled from that June's sophomore LP 'Whitney' -- and has arguably endured better today than any song from...
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I Wanna Dance With Somebody Who Loves Me released as a single

10 Reasons Why Whitney Houston's 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody' Is One of the Greatest Songs of All Time

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Whitney and CeCe Winans were great friends and it was fitting that they recorded the song “Count on Me” together. It is an uplifting song about leaning on a friend for support when needed. Released in early 1996, the song was the fourth single from the soundtrack album of the motion picture Waiting to Exhale, and the second single by Whitney released from that album and its soundtrack. The...
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Whitney and CeCe Winans were great friends and it was fitting that
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This past Sunday, April 23, was the 29th anniversary of Whitney’s song “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” reaching No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song became her seventh consecutive No.1 single, a record unbroken to this day. It was the fourth single from her second album titled 'Whitney.' The video for the song was filmed on location in the Soho section of New York City, a famous neighborhood.
This past Sunday April 23 was the 29th anniversary of Whitneys song
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Clive Davis' film titled 'Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives' premiered in New York Wednesday night at The Tribeca Film Festival. Whitney and Clive's relationship is prominently featured in the film and their "father/daughter relationship." Their bond was real and here they are pictured enjoying one of their many laughs over the years.
Clive Davis film titled Clive Davis The Soundtrack of Our Lives premiered
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Whitney photographed for December 1990 issue of Essence Magazine. This photo ran inside the magazine. She was also pictured on the cover.
Whitney photographed for December 1990 issue of Essence Magazine This photo ran
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Happy belated birthday, Babyface! The musical collaboration between these two produced many hits including "Exhale (Shoop Shoop) and "I'm Your Baby Tonight."
Happy belated birthday Babyface The musical collaboration between these two produced many
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Whitney and children’s choir pictured during a break in filming the music video for “All The Man That I Need” at Newark Symphony Hall in New Jersey in 1990. The song was released as a single on December 4, 1990 with “Dancin’ On The Smooth Edge” as the B-side. Ten weeks after release, it reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Whitney’s ninth Number One single. It became a No. 1 hit on...
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Whitney and childrens choir pictured during a break in filming the music
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Early modeling shot of Whitney – early 80s.
Early modeling shot of Whitney – early 80s
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Here’s an early photo of Whitney with her mom, Cissy Houston, and producer Narada Michael Walden. This was taken around 1983-84 during the recording of Whitney’s first album, titled 'Whitney Houston.' Narada produced (and co-wrote) the track “How Will I Know,” which was released as a single in November 1985 and became her second #1 Hot 100 single. The song was originally written for Janet...
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Heres an early photo of Whitney with her mom Cissy Houston and
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Outtake from photo shoot for advertising poster for Whitney’s “Classic Whitney” (Live from Washington, D.C.) HBO Special – 1997.
Outtake from photo shoot for advertising poster for Whitneys Classic Whitney Live
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Before signing to Arista Records and launching her music career, Whitney was a successful model. Here she is in a print ad for Scope Mouthwash in the early 80s.
Before signing to Arista Records and launching her music career Whitney was
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Happy Birthday Chaka Khan, Chaka Khan, Chaka Khan! (Still photo from "I'm Every Woman" video shoot 1992)
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Here is a photo of Whitney from the 1987 Soul Train Music Awards, which were held in Santa Monica, California, in March of that year. She performed “You Give Good Love” and received two nominations – one for Best R&B/Soul Album, Female for 'Whitney Houston' and one for Best R&B/Soul Single, Female for “Greatest Love of All.”
Here is a photo of Whitney from the 1987 Soul Train Music
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"The wearing of the green"...Happy St. Patrick's Day!
"The wearing of the green"Happy St Patrick's Day
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Whitney photographed by the great photog Norman Seeff in 1990 in NYC. Seeff said about Whitney: “I viewed her as a towering master of emotional expression, someone whose voice was transcendent. She walked in drop-dead gorgeous – tall, slim and clear-eyed.”
Whitney photographed by the great photog Norman Seeff in 1990 in NYC
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