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In honor of Luther Vandross's birthday this week (4/20), here is a great photo of Luther, Whitney and TV star Jackée taken backstage at Whitney's show at the LA Forum in the late 80's.

(photo: courtesy of The Whitney Houston Estate)

Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross & Jackee

Whitney promoting the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards around 1995. Whitney hosted the show in 1995 and co-hosted in 1996.

Whitney Houston promoting Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

The great Billie Holiday would have turned 100 last week. In honor of her, here is Whitney singing her classic song "Lover Man" as part of a medley at the 1991 Billboard Music Awards.

Wishing everyone a Happy Easter and a Happy Passover!

Whitney Houston

Yesterday was Steven Tyler's birthday. Here is Whitney with Steven back in the day. Happy Belated, Steven!

Whitney Houston and Steven Tyler

Thirty years after Whitney Houston released "How Will I Know" on her debut album, upcoming Swedish producer Oliver Nelson puts his spin on the classic hit. Get it on iTunes today!

Today is Bobbi Kristina's 22nd birthday and we ask you to continue to keep her in your prayers as she is still fighting the battle of her life.

Patricia Houston, President
The Whitney Houston Estate

Whitney and Bobbi Kristina

On this - the third anniversary of Whitney's passing, our family continues to stand together praying that Bobbi Kristina continues to fight for her life. We thank you again for your continued prayers of love and restoration and we thank you for respecting the family's privacy at this time.

Pat Houston
President, The Whitney Houston estate

Whitney Houston

Bobbi Kristina is fighting for her life and is surrounded by immediate family. As her father already stated, we are asking you to honor our request for privacy during this difficult time. Thank you for your prayers, well wishes, and we greatly appreciate your continued support.

Whitney - early modeling photo.

Whitney Houston modeling photo

Whitney photographed by Andrea Blanch in 1990. This photo appears in the photo tribute book to Whitney called Whitney: Tribute To An Icon, published in November 2012.

Photo from Whitney: Tribute To An Icon

Whitney Houston became a part of NFL history with her Super Bowl performance of The Star Spangled Banner, but she was also regarded as being part of an important ceremony in the world of tennis, performing at the opening of Arthur Ashe Stadium in 1997.

“One Moment In Time” was the song Houston sang on the opening night of the 1997 US Open Tennis Championships as the stadium was officially dedicated, with nearly all living US singles champions honored on court. She briefly spoke before her performance stating:

“This is an honor to come celebrate the opening of the Arthur Ashe Stadium,” said Houston at the opening of her performance. “This is incredible – an incredible evening of champions. Like Arthur, each of you had your moment in time. So tonight, I would like to dedicate this song to all of you.”

Whitney Houston at US Open in 1997
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