My shining star Whitney here on earth, shines in my heart and shines in the sky! I love my Diva and its brightness is eternal!! I love Whitney!!
Hello everyone! I am new to the community but have been a TRUE fan of Whitney's since hearing her beautiful voice singing You Give Good Love in 1984! I have followed her career ever since! I never met her but felt as though I knew all about her through her music! Listening to her songs now bring back such bittersweet memories and very often tears to my eyes! There isn't a day that doesn't go by that I don't listen to a song that she has sung...even before her death! God bless you Whitney! You are forever loved and eternally missed!
I'll love it.
Nippy, you are foverer loved. My eternal Diva!!!!!
Whitney Houston exhibit to open Aug. 15 at Grammy Museum in L.A.
July 20, 2012|By Randy Lewis
Whitney Houston’s white gown from the 1994 Grammy Awards ceremony where she won album of the year for “The Bodyguard” soundtrack, her Bible and rare photographs are among the memorabilia that will be on display at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles starting Aug. 15. It's being billed as the first major museum exhibition devoted to the late singer’s life and career.
“Whitney! Celebrating the Musical Legacy of Whitney Houston” is being assembled in cooperation with Houston’s family and will include interviews with friends, colleagues and family members.
“This exhibit is a token of appreciation from our family for Whitney’s fans to enjoy and embrace,” Houston’s manager Pat Houston said in a statement. “We hope they are as elated as we are to have shared in such a remarkable life.”
Museum executive director Robert Santelli, in the same statement, said, “We are particularly excited to showcase her long connection to the Grammy Awards show and to celebrate the musical genius that made her one of America’s most-awarded pop and soul vocalists.”
The exhibition is scheduled to run through February. Houston died Feb. 11 in Beverly Hills on the eve of last year’s Grammy Awards ceremony
CAN YOU GUYS PLEASE MAKE A WAX STATUE OF WHITNEY PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
Oh I'm so jealous! I wish I lived in L.A. right now. I would definitely go see my lady Whitney exhibit at the Grammy museum. I believe it's going to be so awesome and breathtaking! Tears flowing down my face right now...UGH!!
Kimberlyn36, I'm in Los Angeles and cannot find the thing or the price of admission to the thing.
J_Lyles, The exhibit is due to open August 15th at the Grammy museum.
Kellie8941, I AGREE WHITNEY NEED HER OWN RADIO STATION! SHE SO DESERVES IT!
Whiterabbit or anyone who is in the L.A. area is the Whitney exhibit that's due to open August 15th only open for that day or will it remain open to the public for quite some time? and Whiterabbit, I'd so appreciate anything from this exhibit, I just really wish I could be there!
If I lived in the United States, would certainly see this exhibition of the things this wonderful, unforgettable voice more beautiful and unique in the world, Whitney Houston. If I could have anything from Whitney, I would like to have your Bible, because through her Bible that she cried out to God for help and He helped. Whitney had a very beautiful relationship with God and that touched me very much. Now she is with her Heavenly Father so loved here on earth. God bless you forever Angel of us all! Its passage was beautiful for us and never forget you!!
Whitney Houston's white gown from the 1994 Grammy Awards ceremony where she won album of the year for "The Bodyguard" soundtrack, her Bible and many photos are among the memorable belongings That will be on display at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles starting Aug. 15. It's being wellness billed to the first major museum exhibition devoted to the late singer's life and career. "This exhibit is a token of appreciation from our family is Whitney's fans to enjoy and embrace," Houston's manager Pat Houston said in a statement to the Los Angeles Times. "We Hope They Are those the we are elated to have shared in such a Remarkable Life."
Opening August 15th 2012 and running through February 2013 at LA Live's Grammy Museum.
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