News | The Official Whitney Houston Site


SiriusXM Radio is celebrating what would have been Whitney Houston's 50th birthday on August 9th. Tomorrow starting at 9am ET on Heart & Soul, channel 48, hear Whitney's music all day long, along with personal memories from Cissy Houston, Pat Houston, Clive Davis, Chaka Khan, R. Kelly, CeCe Winans, Dionne Warwick and more. Fans in the US can listen online by registering for a Free 7-Day Trial of SiriusXM Internet Radio here.

Whitney’s 50th birthday would have been this Friday, Aug 9th. Family, friends and fans are coming together to honor Whitney by sharing their favorite memories. Share your favorite moment here!

Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston’ is featured in Amazon’s Divas Event sale for only $5.99! Download your copy here.

Did you know Whitney released six studio albums, one holiday album and three movie soundtrack albums, all of which went Diamond, Multi-Platinum, Platinum or Gold. Whitney is one of the world’s best selling music artists having sold over 200 million records worldwide!

Four years ago on this day, Whitney's “I Look To You” single was released. Since then, “I Look to You” has gone on to sell 5 million units worldwide, earning platinum certification in seven countries and gold certification in eight.

Fantasia paid tribute to one of her idols, Whitney Houston, on BET’s Sunday Best. Watch here.

Looking back on Whitney’s career… Whitney has been nominated for 26 Grammy Awards, winning 6 of them and performing at eight of the shows. What amazing accomplishments!

On this day in 1989 Whitney was featured on the cover of JET Magazine.

In honor of this year's Fourth of July, we have decided to post Whitney's spectacular performance of “The Star Spangled Banner” below.

The Movie Sparkle, featuring executive producer, Whitney Houston, and starring Jordin Sparks is nominated for BET's Best Movie Award. Tune in to the BET Awards on June 30th at 8pm EST, 7pm Central.

Recently several Russian fans came to the United States to do a trip paying homage to Whitney. Arranged by another Russian fan, Paul N., who is a travel agent - Oksana L, Ekaterina O. and Alexey A. crossed the U.S. visiting several "Whitney spots" such as The Grammy Museum, Madame Tussauds (there are figures of Whitney now in LA, Vegas, Washington D.C. and New York). They visited the New Hope Baptist Church where Whitney sang in the choir all those years ago and which also sadly, was the site of her funeral. They also visited The Whitney Houston Academy For Creative and Performing Arts.
This photo from the Grammy Museum exhibit Whitney! Celebrating the Musical Legacy of Whitney Houston shows her sixth Grammy, which Whitney won in 1999 for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "It's Not Right But It's Okay." Whitney performed a medley of "It's Not Right But It's Okay" and "I Learned From The Best" from the album My Love Is Your Love at the Grammy Awards that year.

Syndicate content