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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.
'We Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute to Whitney Houston' will be taped on October 11 at the Nokia Theatre to be broadcast on a later date.
Bobbi and Nick Gordon show off matching tattoos of 'WH' surrounded by four little birds in their wrists to celebrate the late singer's 49th birthday.
The Boys file complaint against the energy-drink company for the unconsented use of 'Sabotage', 'So What'cha Want' and 'Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun'.
Presenting multiple new scenes, the video also has Jordin Sparks, Tika Sumpter and Carmen Ejogo talking about the 'amazing' music in the film.
RCA Records is set to unleash the compilation album that will span Whitney's 'entire career and include the familiar hit versions of her Billboard chart-topping singles.'
Additionally, there are two other snippets that show a bar scene where Jordin and her on-screen sisters cheer the crowd with their stunning performance.
The host and his CNN team put on the wrong picture of the late singer when they were interviewing LL Cool J about her life.
Roaming the city alone, the 'Whip My Hair' hitmaker sings about staying true to herself though people often criticize her look.
Mariah introduces the segment by sharing her memories of her late friend Whitney Houston, before Monica, Brandy, Cissy and Chaka Khan take turn to sing on stage.
The clip mixes footage from the Salim Akil-directed movie with scenes of the 'American Idol' alumna and her 'Sparkle' co-stars having a good time together.
The gospel singer will pay homage to her late daughter along with 'a few top divas' at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
'What we wanted to do was make sure that this was a fun, happy video and just kind of dedicating it to her,' the 'I Am Woman' songstress says of the visuals for her joint track with the late Houston.