Whitney and Mariah performed "When You Believe" at the Oscars on March 21st of 1999. The song was written for the Dreamworks' animated movie "The Prince of Egypt" and appeared on the soundtrack as well as Whitney's album "My Love Is Your Love" and Mariah's album “Number 1’s”. The song was produced by Babyface.
This is from the photo shoot for My Love Is Your Love album. This photo was actually taken on the road behind Whitney's New Jersey home at the time. She loved that she got to do this photo session at home.
This being Super Bowl week in the United States, we want to post Whitney's incredible performance of the National Anthem. This took place in January 1991 in Tampa Stadium in Florida. The game was between the Buffalo Bills and the New York Giants and took place during the height of the Gulf War. Her performance resonated with patriotism. No one has been able to come close. The song was released as a single several times - she was the first musical act to take it to Top Ten (#6) and have it certified platinum after 9/11.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Clive Davis just revealed in an interview that he is working on a WHITNEY HOUSTON LIVE ALBUM that is set to release later this year. Get the full details of the incredible news on LATimes.com.
Whitney performed on the 42nd GRAMMY Awards held in February, 2000 - she sang "It's Not Right But It's Ok" and "I Learned From the Best" and won the GRAMMY for 'Best R&B Vocal Performance' for "It's Not Right, But It's Ok".