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02 March 2018

The Academy Awards (Oscars) are this Sunday, March 4. Here is a photo of Whitney attending Elton John’s Oscar party on March 25, 2001 which followed the broadcast of the 73rd Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles, California.

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27 February 2018

“Where Do Broken Hearts Go” was the fourth single from Whitney Houston’s second album, Whitney. The ballad was released on February 25, 1988. The song was written by Frank Wildhorn and Chuck Jackson and produced by Narada Michael Walden. Initially, Houston did not want to record the song, feeling there was no special message to convey. In a 2000 interview, Houston reminisced that she “hated the song.” However, Arista Records CEO Clive Davis believed the song would go to #1 if she recorded it, so she agreed. It indeed became a #1 hit on April 23, 1988 and became Houston’s seventh consecutive #1 single in the United States – a record for consecutive #1 singles that still stands to this day. #blackhistorymonth

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23 February 2018

On February 27, 1998, at The 12th Annual Soul Train Music Awards, Whitney was honored with the “Quincy Jones Award for Outstanding Career Achievement in the Field of Entertainment.” The event was held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and hosted by Patti LaBelle, Erykah Badu and Heavy D. The “Whitney Tribute” portion of show was performed by Ronald Isley (Exhale Shoop Shoop), Terry Ellis (How Will I Know), Kenny Lattimore (I Believe In You and Me) and Monica (You Give Good Love). #blackhistorymonth

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21 February 2018

Twenty-five years ago this week (February 20), “I Have Nothing” was released as a single in the U.S. It was the third Whitney single from The Bodyguard soundtrack and went on to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song. The song peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was #1 on Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The song was written by David Foster and Linda Thompson and produced by David Foster. The song also appears on the current album I Wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard as a live version.

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16 February 2018

The Winter Olympics are currently on in South Korea but the Summer Olympics also were held in South Korea – in 1988!! And the official song back then was Whitney’s “One Moment In Time!” Released in August 1988, and written by Albert Hammond and John Bettis, the song was produced by Narada Michael Walden. It reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100, appeared on the Summer Olympics album and became a worldwide anthem. In 1989, Whitney performed the song at the opening of the 31st GRAMMYs® – to a standing ovation! Whitney performed the song at several occasions after that, including the U.S. Open Tennis Championships/Arthur Ashe Stadium opening. The song also was included on Whitney: The Greatest Hits, on The Ultimate Collection, and second disc of I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston. This photo is from her performance of the song on the GRAMMYs.

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