The first weekend of Coachella 2012 had an amazing lineup, but the most talked about performance of the three days was when Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre "resurrected" their fellow Death Row rapper Tupac Shakur as a hologram. With this innovative technology upon us, leaving us with an ambivalent mix of feelings that ranged from creepiness to complete awe and amazement, we want to know: Who should be the next artist to be brought to life again as a hologram?
The horror, shock and tragedy of Whitney Houston's death was conveyed with a calm voice to a 911 dispatcher. "This is security from the Beverly Hilton. I need paramedics; apparently I have 46-year-old female found in the bathroom."
Despite the news that Whitney Houston died as a result of an accidental drowning and that there was cocaine in her system, police say the report doesn't raise issues to further expand their criminal investigation, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Today, March 9, 2012 marks the 15th anniversary of the death of Notorious B.I.G. The rapper, who was also known as Biggie Smalls, had his life promising life cut short at the young age of 24 after he was gunned down at a Los Angeles intersection. Despite his death occurring more than a decade ago, the '
Just when you thought the Whitney Houston drama was winding down, TMZ reports that callers and emailers claiming to be relatives of the late legend are demanding the coroner's office launch a murder investigation on the case.
Aaliyah may be gone, but she certainly has not been forgotten. It's been 11 years since her untimely death, but now there's news that a posthumous album is in the works featuring unreleased material from the late songbird.
Rumors have been rampant about every aspect of Whitney Houston's life since her tragic death on Feb. 11, but the latest isn't about her substance abuse or financial woes. It's about an affair with Jermaine Jackson.
Whitney Houston's body has been laid to rest and her cause of death has reportedly been determined, but for her family, the hard work of coming to terms with her untimely death has just begun -- and part of that work will include attempting to track down a photographer who took unauthorized photos of the singer after she died.
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