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February 13, 2012
Autopsy inconclusive: Coroner’s officials don’t know how Whitney died: Despite claims from TMZ that her death may have been an overdose, officials say it’s too early to tell if that was the case. She may have also drowned in the bathtub inside her hotel room. Officials say there were no signs of trauma. source Follow ShortFormBlog

Autopsy inconclusive: Coroner’s officials don’t know how Whitney died: Despite claims from TMZ that her death may have been an overdose, officials say it’s too early to tell if that was the case. She may have also drowned in the bathtub inside her hotel room. Officials say there were no signs of trauma. source

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10:28 // 2 years ago
February 12, 2012
Let’s hope this isn’t anything.

Let’s hope this isn’t anything.

14:38 // 2 years ago

Tony Bennett Thinks You Have the Greatest Voice He’s Ever Heard and Then You Die.

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Tony Bennett tells us, “It’s a tragedy. Whitney Houston was the greatest singer I’ve ever heard and she will be truly missed.”

“Of all of the singers I’ve ever heard, Amy was the best one.”

On k.d. lang: ”Next to Judy Garland, she’s the best singer I’ve ever heard,” he says, tearing up with emotion. “She gives me goose bumps when I hear her sing.”

On Ella Fitzgerald: “She made as many records as Crosby and Sinatra and they’re all beautiful. They’re all in top shape … [s]he’s the best singer I ever heard … absolutely.”

Tony Bennett is way too quick to give out praise.

(via joshsternberg)

13:52 // 2 years ago

Whitney Houston’s final performance, a duet of “Jesus Loves Me” with fellow R&B singer Kelly Price for a pre-Grammy show hosted by Price. In the days before her death, Houston reportedly displayed erratic behavior; this performance drew attention prior to her death due to her weak vocals. (more | EDIT: Clarified post)

0:43 // 2 years ago

Sometimes, humor walks a fine line between funny and “too soon.” Seems like Fark and @FakeAPStylebook perhaps fell a little too close to the “too soon” side. (more)

0:17 // 2 years ago
February 11, 2012
First of all, I want to tell you that I love you all. Second, I would like to say, I love you Whitney. The hardest thing for me to do is to come on this stage.
Bobby Brown • Coming out on stage with New Edition in Southaven, Miss. Saturday night, a short time after finding out about the death of his ex-wife, Whitney Houston. He performed despite the difficult situation. In other news, Jennifer Hudson and Chaka Khan (the latter of whom had her song “I’m Every Woman” famously covered by Houston) will perform a tribute to the late singer at tomorrow night’s Grammy awards. (more)
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23:11 // 2 years ago

Whitney’s Gulf War-era National Anthem performance, before Super Bowl XXV in 1991, is considered one of the greatest ever and became a hit on the pop charts. A better way to remember her than for all the ugly stuff that came after. (more)

22:10 // 2 years ago
thedorseyshawexperience:

The show must go on.

The comments on this are not kind to Bobby Brown, with some blaming him for Whitney’s decline. (more at our tag)

thedorseyshawexperience:

The show must go on.

The comments on this are not kind to Bobby Brown, with some blaming him for Whitney’s decline. (more at our tag)

21:43 // 2 years ago
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