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Aaliyah receives a number of heartfelt notes from her celeb pals on the 14th anniversary of her death including the one from Jackson which reads, 'I know u r there shining down on me.'
The rapper/producer announces that he has unreleased material from Aaliyah which he will share with the world.
The Odd Future affiliate shared his version of the song, originally recorded by The Isley Brothers and later covered by Aaliyah in 1994, on what would have been the late singer's 36th birthday.
Fans are not happy with the TV movie as well and some blast the network for romanticizing Aaliyah's illegal relationship with R. Kelly.
The new snippet of 'Aaliyah: Princess of R 'n' B' gives a first look at Rachael Crawford as Aaliyah's mother who gives some pep talk to her daughter.
The cable channel has set November 15 as the premiere date for 'Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B.'
Zendaya shows support for her replacement while setting the record straight on the suggestion that she left because of backlash.
The 'House of Anubis' actress wears a midriff-baring top and belly chains in a picture that shows her first look at the late singer.
After the announcement of her withdrawal on Sunday, the 'Shake It Up' star opened up about the reason for quitting the biographical movie.
The 'Zapped' star drops out of the Lifetime TV movie amid family's protest and fans' criticisms.
The late singer's uncle and former manager says the family will ban the network from using Aaliyah's music for the planned TV movie.
Aware that not all can accept her taking the lead role in Lifetime's 'Aaliyah: Princess of R and B', the Disney star says, 'I can't please everybody.'
The 'Shake It Up' star will portray the late singer and record four of Aaliyah's songs for the biopic.
He was not comfortable with the politics surrounding the involvement of Drake and the exclusion of Timbaland.
The rapper, who recently dissed Brown's collaborations with the late songstress, says that he just wants her family 'to be respected' since they're 'still grieving over her passing.'