- Death & Loss of Life
Remember Whitney Elizabeth Houston
I Will Always Love You
Whitney Houston is Dead
I just woke up on a Sunday morning,, turned my radio on in my bedside table as i heard the news about Whitney Houston's death Saturday afternoon.
She was found in the bathtub dead in Beverly Hilton Hotel at 3:55 p.m., on the 11th of February 2012, the night before the Grammy Awards.
It was the intake of medicine and alcohol mixture that caused her death.
Whitney was supposed to open a pre Grammy party but sad to say she is gone and forever. The Grammy Award Gala on the 12th of February 2012 begun with a prayer in the honor of Whitney Houston.
I am a great fan of Whitney Houston. She is the best pop soul diva with a very unique great voice.
I was really schocked hearing she is dead, and she is just 48 years old. The age when a woman has still a good chance for a new beginning, hope, chance for a second healthy life.
I want to share my sadness to all of losing this wonderful person. After all her life's episodes of ups and downs, of drugs and alcohol, she will remain in the history as one of the greatest pop and soul singer in this universe and i will always adore her music and magical voice.
There is always an explanation why her life has to be that way. She is a woman, a human with a heart and emotions.
Whitney Elizabeth Houston, Born on August 9, 1963 - Died on February 11, 2012.
American Recording Artist - most awarded artist as shown in The Guinness World Records.
Awards Won: 2 Emmy Awards, 6 Grammy Awards, 30 Billboards Music Awards, 22 AmericanMusic Awards, a total of 415 Career Awards, over 170 million albums, singles and videos sold, 7 studio albums, 3 movie soundtrack albums with diamond, multi-platinum, platinum and gold awards.
Whitney's seven consecutive No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hits are:
Saving All My Love For You
How Will I Know
Greatest Love of All
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Didn't We Almost Have It All
Where Do Broken Hearts Go
Actress - my favorite Movie "The Bodyguard" in 1992, her first acting role. The original sound track won the Grammy Award for Album of The Year in 1994. The great movie with a wonderful romantic song "I Will Always Love You" was the best selling single of a female artist, and more million copies of the Album were sold out for only a week.
Other soundtracks she made in the films: 1995 - Waiting to Exhale, 1996 - The Peacher's Wife, was the best selling Gospel Album. 1998 - My Love is Your Love, 2002 - Just Whitney, 2003 - One Wish: The Holiday Album, 2009 - I look To You.
Goodbye Whitney....we will never forget you.
From your loving fans.