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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.
A 128-page collection of documents, including letters and transcribed interviews, contains unnamed fan's pledge of devoted love to Whitney and plot to blackmail her.
The 'Bodyguard' star's mother, brother and sister-in-law are on hand to unveil Whitney's four wax figures at Madame Tussauds in New York City on February 7 before they are sent to four cities.
The legendary singer will be immortalized with four wax figures which will be displayed in four different cities.
The awards event held by the London Evening Standard also crowns Toby Jones and Andrea Riseboroughs as the Best Actor and Actress respectively.
Krissy refuses to read 'Remembering Whitney' because she finds it disrespect to her mother, calling her grandma 'oblivious' and 'out of line wrong'.
Whitney collects Best Song and Best Album, Alicia scoops Best Female Artist and Best Music Video, while Usher is awarded Best Male Artist.
Michael Houston regrets introducing drugs to his sister, saying his guilt over her death is something he got to live for the rest of his life.
Writing in her memoir 'Remembering Whitney', Cissy Houston says she's worried her granddaughter will follow the late diva's path, stating, 'I'm trying to make sure she doesn't.'
The Recording Academy confirms a documentary on how they pulled together last year's Whitney Houston tribute and how they're courting the Rolling Stones to appear in this year's show.
Angus T. Jones' 'Two and a Half Men' public rant and Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' secret wedding are some of stories that caught people off guard in the past year.
The late pop diva is featured together with the other artists who passed away this year, in the clip posted by the New York Times.
The first part focuses on the arrival of Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z's first child, the Hollywood mourning of Whitney Houston's untimely death, and the instant success of One Direction.