GaySocialites.com has learned that Whitney Houston was found in the bathtub of her hotel room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday. Although an autopsy was performed on Sunday, Houston’s cause of death has not yet been determined.
Since Whitney was found dead in the bathtub, drowning could be an option. TMZ is even reporting that Houston’s body was found underwater making the possibility of drowing an option. Investigators say they will also be performing toxicology results on the infamous entertainer who had publicly struggled with drugs and alcohol. Natural causes, the Los Angeles Times reports, are also being considered.
“Dateline” will air a special tribute to late entertainer and gay icon Whitney Houston on Sunday night.
The newsmagazine will look at the life of Houston who will go down in history as a legendary singer, actress and producer who won six Grammy awards, two Emmy awards, and 30 Billboard Music Awards across her extensive career. It comes just one day after the entertainer and gay icon was found dead at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California. Houston was only 48 years old.
Imagine walking into a room and auditioning for one of the biggest names to have ever entered the entertainment industry. I’m talking about having the chance to sing for musicians like Elvis Pressley and Janice Joplin or to perform a monologue for Judy Garland or James Dean.
Contestants on season two of “the X Factor” would have likely had the chance to do so, but that possibility abruptly ended on Saturday when Whitney Houston was found dead at the Beverly Hills hotel in California.
The unexpected death of Whitney Houston on the evening before the Grammy Awards telecast has left producers scrambling to modify the show. Several sources are claiming Jennifer Hudson, who received her first Grammy from Houston, has been approached to honor the late singer. No details have been confirmed yet. The Grammy’s telecast airs live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles tomorrow on CBS.