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This weekend is set to be bittersweet for music lovers. While Beyoncé and Adele contend for hardware at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, another golden-voiced superstar will also be on many minds. Whitney Houston tragically passed away five years ago on Feb. 11 at age 48.
With hair as big as her vocal range, relive the diva’s glory days with these seven incredible live performances.
“The Greatest Love of All” — 1986
Houston crooned this George Benson track at her first Grammy Awards. Slightly tweaking his title for her debut album—dropping the “the”—she cemented her star wattage during this performance.
- Katherine Richter
"I'm not going to cry," Kelly Rowland swears over the phone to Et. But just as the pop star assures herself she won't, on the day of President Donald Trump's inauguration, Rowland finds herself unable to stop.
She tries to collect herself, but the crying persists. "Sorry for the tears," Rowland, 35, apologizes.
Ahead of the Saturday premiere of her new Lifetime movie, Love By the 10th Date, about four magazine employees juggling romance with career ambitions, Rowland got candid with Et.
Not only did Rowland not hold back on the baby tips she received from Beyoncé, why her forthcoming album won't be about sex and her lack of interest in a Destiny's Child biopic, the girl group alum couldn't help but get emotional over imagining who her "future daughter" will look up to without Michelle Obama in the White House.
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