Whitney Houston has had a roller coaster ride in Hollywood going from the top of the A-List with roles such as in Bodyguard, to more recent battles Whitney Houston has had with addiction. Pictures and news of Whitney Houston is at Gossip Center with photos
Being recognized with an emotionally charged salute for her life achievements, the late Whitney Houston was selected as the recipient of the Billboard Millennium Award at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night (May 20).
The "I Will Always Love You" singer - who tragically passed away on February 11th - was honored with a tribute led off by comedian Whoopi Goldberg, who said, "I adored Whitney Houston. What all performers want and need and should get is love, and many of us here loved Whitney, and even if you're one of those who didn't show the love to Whitney, now is your chance, because tonight, that's what we're doing: We're going to be giving Whitney the greatest love of all."
With another high profile ceremony having come and gone, the winners from the 2012 Billboard Music Awards were announced on Sunday night (May 20).
The Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell hosted event was held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, with Adele emerging as the big winner upon taking home a slew of trophies including Top Artist, Top Female Artist and Top Pop Artist.
In his first interview since his ex-wife’s death, Bobby Brown sat down with the “Today Show’s” host, Matt Lauer to say, "I'm not the reason she's gone."
The R&B singer vividly opened up to say that he’s "very much clean and sober from narcotics," and tells Lauer about the last time he saw Whitney Houston and how he reacted when he found out about her death.
Just months after the tragic death of singing legend Whitney Houston, TMZ has obtained the 9-1-1 calls that were placed moments after her body was found.
The caller, who is a Beverly Hilton security team member, advises the operator that a "46-year-old female" was "found in the bathroom," adding he was "not sure if she fell or if she was in the bathroom with the water."