Judging by how diverse each of these singers are, you might not expect them to all have covered Whitney Houston. But it's true: Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson and Robin Thicke have all channeled the late icon. Ariana Grande covered the late singer's classic hit 'I Have Nothing' at the White House, while Kelly Clarkson and Robin Thicke both decided to rock their own (very different) versions of 'Exhale (Shoop, Shoop).' Which artist covers Whitney Houston the best?
Pint-sized powerhouse Ariana Grande brought it when she performed Whitney Houston's 'I Have Nothing' at the White House during the 'Women of Soul' event earlier this month (March 6). Her performance has finally landed online and the belter delivered a rendition of the song that Whitney herself would have approved of.
It was a close match for all, but in Round 1 of March Music Madness, the Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way' pulled a last minute win against New Kids on the Block's 'Step by Step.' Fans voted wildly up until the final seconds of the song battle, resulting in BSB's hit single getting 59.09% of the votes. Meanwhile, Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You' held a steady lead over Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On' throughout Round 1 of the competition. In a duel between two of the greatest pop vocalists of all time, Whitney came through with the win. Now we're faced with an unexpected but interesting match to vote on in our quest to find the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era: 'I Want It That Way' vs. 'I Will Always Love You'!
Two of the most famous and most talented pop artists ever, Celine Dion and Whitney Houston, happened to have two of the most iconic singles of the '90s. Little has to be said to argue the merit of 'My Heart Will Go On' or 'I Will Always Love You,' and this round of March Music Madness just might present one of the most difficult questions of this entire bracket: Should 'My Heart Will Go On' or 'I Will Always Love You' receive the title of the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era?
Sometimes you just feel the music. Everyone has had that moment in their car when they get a little too enthusiastic while belting out the tunes only to find your being watched by judgeful eyes in the vehicle next to you.
Madam Tussauds' wax museum unveiled four statues of the late, great Whitney Houston. The pop diva died a year ago -- Feb. 11 is the anniversary -- and the wax figures represent, commemorate and celebrate different eras of Houston's long and storied career and show off the various sides of her personality and style.
It's been a year since Whitney Houston passed away during pre-Grammy festivities. The show, and Music's Biggest Night, must go on, and the late diva's family is divided over how to commemorate the one-year anniversary of her passing.
Her mother Cissy is pissy about it, as Whit's music industry mentor extended an invite to the family for his annual party.
We're embarking on one year since the world lost Whitney Houston on the eve of the Grammys. In addition to being heartbreaking, the loss of Houston at such a pivotal moment in music was also difficult in terms of logistics: a tribute had to be paid to the fallen legend, and a new TV special will examine how her moving farewell came to fruition.