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24 July 2009

Whitney Houston sat down with CNN to talk about her highly anticipated album “I Look To You” this week and we’ve got the video here to share with you. Whitney talks about her break from the music industry and why this new album represents so much to her. Click here to watch the video!

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24 July 2009

Whitney Houston and Clive Davis unveiled “I Look To You” in L.A. last night and we have some great pictures of the event to share with you. Take a look at Whitney at the event last night and mark your calendars for the release of “I Look To You” this September 1st!

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24 July 2009

We have some exclusive video footage of Whitney Houston’s “I Look To You” Listening Event in L.A. last night. Take a look at the video below to see why everyone is raving about Whitney’s new album, “I Look To You”!

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23 July 2009

Whitney Houston and Clive Davis unveiled “I Look To You” this week in New York City and we’ve got some behind the scenes footage of the event for you! Prepared by our friends at WireImage, if there was any doubt that Whitney is back take a look below…

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22 July 2009

“I Have Nothing” was the third single off the hit soundtrack The Bodyguard and was Whitney’s first song to be nominated for an Academy Award for “Best Original Song”. The video was directed by Steve Barron, who also directed the videos for Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean”, Madonna’s “Burning Up” and the innovative music video for A-Ha’s “Take On Me”. Similar to the other videos from The Bodyguard soundtrack, “I Have Nothing” is interspersed with scenes from the hit movie and shows Whitney singing to guests at a dinner party. With a beautiful beaded head-piece and matching gown, Whitney lets her voice take center stage. Within a month of its release in February 1994, Whitney had 3 songs in the top 11 slots of Billboard’s Hot 100 chart: “I Will Always Love You”, “I’m Every Woman” and “I Have Nothing”. “I Have Nothing” proved that The Bodyguard soundtrack was unlike any other movie soundtrack before it and cemented Whitney as a true pop icon.



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