Here is Whitney Houston’s final song and sneak peak at her fourth and last time on the big screen.
This is the premiere of “Celebrate” by Whitney Houston and Jordin Sparks, a track from their upcoming flick, Sparkle.
“Sparkle”, which is scheduled to hit theaters in August, is set in 1976. Whitney plays the mother of three daughters who rise to fame in the music industry, but face challenges when the family begins to fall apart. Jordin plays one of her daughters.
In a recent interview with Out Magazine Sparks says although Houston had already passed by the time she first heard the song; Whitney’s enthusiasm shined through her lyrics.
Jordin said, “it was one of those out-of-body experiences because she sounds so happy and you can feel the joy when she’s singing.”
This is the premiere of “Celebrate”, and “Sparkle” is slated to open in theaters nation wide on August 17th.
Adele was the big winner at Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards taking home 12 awards including those for Top Female Artist and Top Artist.
Whitney Houston won the Millineum Award. The later singer’s daughter, Bobbi Christina Brown, accepted in her honor. The awards dedicated a tribute to Houston which featured performances by John Legend and Jordin Sparks.
The evening also featured tributes to Donna Summer and Adam Yach who also died this year. Justin Bieber and Katy Perry performed as well.
Here is a full list of the 2012 Billboard Music Award winners:
Sparkle is the last movie of the late Whitney Houston and the trailer premiered this past Monday. Set in the 1960s, three sisters form a girl group and soon become Motown sensations. However, fame becomes a challenge as the close-knit family begins to fall apart. The movie also stars American Idol and Grammy winner Jordin Sparks, Mike Epps (The Hangover), Derek Luke (Antwone Fisher), and music superstar/The Voice coach Cee-Lo Green. Sparkle will hit movie theaters nation wide in August. Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think in the comments section.
The final finding in Whitney Houston’s cause of death have been released as the coroner hands over the complete autopsy reports to police and the Houston family.0
The coroner’s first report revealed that Houston died of accidental drowning in a hotel room bathroom. Then, the Los Angeles Coroner’s office said that Whitney’s toxicology reports proved that the singer did cocaine just before her death. Now, there are even more details from Houston’s tragic death.
Singer Bobby Brown was in and out of jail on Monday in California charged with the suspicion of driving under the influence. Brown was evidently pulled over by a member of the California Highway Patrol on Monday afternoon after he was spotted by a trooper while driving and using his cell phone.
Cops say when they pulled Brown over in the San Fernando Valley and administered a field sobriety test to determine that he appeared to have been drinking.