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The late singer's family warned viewers to 'brace yourself for the worst' when watching 'Whitney', but the telepic draws mostly positive comments on Twitter.
The TV movie led by model/actress Yaya DaCosta is going to premiere in January on the third anniversary of Whitney's passing.
Producer Clive Davis who discovered the late singer in early '80s announces the project titled 'Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances' during his visit to 'Today' show.
The 'Herbie: Fully Loaded' actress previously said that she had to roll the late singer's body bag while performing her community service at L.A. County Morgue.
The daughter commemorates the special day of the late singer by posting some touching messages on Twitter.
Cissy Houston said the family's 'exhausted by the continuing misinformation' and begged the cabler to 'let her rest'.
The 'Final Destination 5' star is featured hugging leading lady Yaya Dacosta in a picture shared by the network when announcing his involvement in the biopic.
DaCosta recreates the cover of the late singer's 1987 album 'Whitney' in the pic, sporting a white tank top and big curly hair.
The British sensation performs a stripped down version of Houston's 1985 hit song during his visit to SiriusXM Hits1 in New York City.
Arlen Escarpeta will play the late diva's ex-husband, while Yolonda Ross will portray her lifelong friend and confidant Robyn.
The runner-up of 'America's Next Top Model' season 3 is tapped to play the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker in the Angela Bassett-directed TV movie.
The TV movie will depict Houston's headline-making relationship with Bobby Brown and how her fame affected their lives.
The 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues' actress reveals she had been talking to Whitney about a potential biopic before the singer died in February 2012.
A police officer reportedly removed a sheet covering Houston's body and made an 'inappropriate comment,' saying, 'She looks good for her age and current state.'
The woman whose identity has not been revealed disrupted other passengers by singing Whitney's popular song 'I Will Always Love You' nonstop in a flight from Los Angeles to New York.