Whether it was inadvertent or not, dead-eyed goth girl Lorde pissed off a plethora of Whitney Houston fans recently with a truly tone-deaf Instagram post.
People (by which I mean humans, not the magazine) pounced on Lorde late Thursday after she posted a photo of a [positively gorgeous] bathtub with the caption, “And iiiii will always love you.” While the singer, currently in the middle of her Melodrama tour, made it fairly clear that the photo was about good old R&R…
For better or worse, no story about Bobby Brown would be complete without Whitney Houston, and vice versa. Now BET has found someone to play the iconic singer opposite its Bobby in the upcoming Bobby Brown Story.
¿Qué es lo peor que te puede pasar cuando viajas en avión? Quizás el espacio tan pequeño para sentarte, o el pasajero que tienes delante y se reclina durante todo el trayecto, o puede que la comida, los olores… Nada de eso se puede comparar con la “actuación” en solitario que tuvo lugar hace unos años.
Whitney Houston’s estate has reportedly agreed to a settlement with the IRS that reduces the amount of back taxes the estate was originally ordered to pay.
The Waiting to Exhale soundtrack was released 22 years ago today—so congrats on your year of legal drinking age, Exhale! I know 22 years isn’t a nice, rounded milestone in our arbitrary understanding of important anniversaries, but I did want to take the excuse to briefly reflect on a benchmark ’90s R&B album that I…
Whitney Houston had earlier attempts at dance-pop than “How Will I Know,” but none of them took hold of the airwaves like the 1985 smash hit did. While the original is uptempo and undeniably danceable, the lyrics could be interpreted as somewhat sad, with Houston potentially pursuing an unrequited love. Filthy Friends…
Bobby Brown has had a life and BET—trying to re-create the magic (and ratings) of The New Edition Story—is ready to tell it.
Every little step of it.
The soundtrack to the 1992 movie The Bodyguard was about as ubiquitous as oxygen itself in the early ’90s. The soundtrack stayed on the Billboard 200 albums chart for over two and a half years (141 weeks) and spawned five Whitney Houston singles, three of them Top 5 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including what would…
TV One could be temporarily blocked from airing its Bobbi Kristina Brown biopic in October as scheduled, following a lawsuit from her estate and her father Bobby Brown.
Bobby Brown, and now the estate of Bobbi Kristina Brown, have filed a $2 million lawsuit against TV One to prevent the network from airing a Bobbi Kristina biopic that’s set to air on October 8.
When it comes to cable television biopics, they’re either a hit or a miss. And with the release of TV One’s biopic about the life of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s only daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, it definitely seems like it’s veering into the realm of “Who even asked for this?”
The trailer for TV One’s Bobbi Kristina Brown biopic, Bobbi Kristina, is one extremely sad scene after another, about how Bobbi Kristina dealt with the death of her mother Whitney Houston, felt overshadowed by greatness and stayed in a toxic relationship with her boyfriend Nick Gordon.
First there was the Tupac Shakur letter, up for auction, in which the late rapper explained to Madonna why he broke up with her. And now there’s another letter heading to auction, said by auctioneers to have been written by Madonna, which refers to one of the greatest singers of our time as “mediocre.”
Madonna said something stupid again—we just happen to be learning it about 25 years later.
During Tuesday night’s America’s Got Talent episode, one singer shocked the crowd with his rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing.”
Before the Wednesday evening premiere of Whitney. “Can I Be Me” at the Tribeca Film Festival, its co-director (and documentary legend) Nick Broomfield announced that his film had been in jeopardy of being yanked from the festival slate—he’d been given final the go-head to screen less than three hours before. Since…
As the Tribeca Film Festival rolls through New York City this week and next, perhaps no film has been more anticipated or controversial than Whitney: Can I Be Me , an inside look at troubled pop icon Whitney Houston. At the world premiere of the film Wednesday evening, directors Nick Broomfield and Rudi Dolezal (no…