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The late pop music icons, along with the great Elvis Presley, inspire the upcoming musical, 'The Man'.
The singer who suddenly died in February this year became one of the Trending People both in the United States and worldwide.
A total of twenty-seven musical works will be enshrined including recordings from Paul McCartney, Whitney Houston, Elton John, AC/DC, Frank Sinatra, and Bob Dylan.
The third Global Icon award handed out at the music awards show will be given to the artist whose music 'lives on'.
The late singer's only previously-unreleased track from 'I Will Always Love You - The Best of Whitney Houston' lands online and reminds fans about the late artist's inspiring music.
Cissy and Pat Houston reach an agreement with Bobbi Kristina Brown regarding the way Whitney's inheritance will be given to her.
The inspirational track from 'I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston' was previously unheard of and it reminds everyone of the singer's untimely passing.
In the October 24 episode of her reality show 'The Houstons: On Our Own', the teen announced her engagement to Nick Gordon.
Jennifer Hudson, Usher and Jordin Sparks salute Whitney with their best renditions of her songs, while Britney Spears and Halle Barry share their endearing memories of the late music icon.
Along with LL Cool J, Halle Berry and Taraji P. Henson, the 'Till the World Ends' songstress will introduce a segment at the CBS 'Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston' concert.
Tears flow as some aspiring singers forget the lyrics during their solo performances in Miami, while some other deliver impressive renditions of Whitney's songs.
The 'Twilight Saga' leading lady matches her black white-patterned pants, black top and black boots with a yellow leather jacket.
The 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker will celebrate the life and legacy of the late singer in 'I Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute to Whitney Houston'.
With manufactured rain pouring down the Ontario streets, some actors are caught on video tape filming a scene where they allegedly shoot down Joel Kinnaman's protagonist Alex Murphy.
The former Guns N' Roses guitarist gets animated and performs at a striptease show, where a sexy dancer seduces a clumsy man before turning his world into a nightmare.