As Kevin Macdonald, director of the new documentary "Whitney," explained to Yahoo Entertainment, it was Houston's recording of the Dolly Parton song "I Will Always Love You" that put her on the al-Qaida leader's radar.
"Whitney" director Kevin Macdonald talks to us about how he discovered explosive claims of Whitney Houston's childhood abuse, and the decision to name her abuser.
The director of "Whitney" on Houston's presumed lesbian love affair: "Nobody is denying that Whitney and Robyn had a physical relationship — a sexual relationship."
The director of the new documentary “Whitney” reveals little-known details about Houston’s iconic performance of the national anthem.
The singer's earliest songs were sung at church and, despite her demons, religion remained a large part of her life. Now, six years after her death, a Bible she owned with personal notes inside about her life is up for sale.
In a last-minute decision, Kanye West decided to use a photo of Whitney Houston’s drug-strewn bathroom on the cover of Pusha-T’s new “Daytona” album, which was released Friday and which West produced. In a statement released by ET, a rep for Houston’s estate said they are “extremely disappointed in Kanye’s choice” to use the photo. […]
Kick off the long weekend with the latest pop culture news, including the uproar over Kanye West and Pusha T using a controversial Whitney Houston photo as album art.
The rapper selected an eerily familiar photo for the cover of a new album that he produced, Pusha T's "Daytona."
Audiences are filing out of the world premiere screening of Kevin Macdonald’s Whitney at the Cannes Film Festival tonight, a new documentary that sheds fresh light on iconic singer Whitney Houston’s tragic and puzzling rise-and-fall story. Interviewing Houston’s closest family and friends, Macdonald made two illuminating new discoveries that appear in the film: one, that the singer had been abused as a child, and, two, that the abuser was a woman, Houston’s cousin Dee-Dee…
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New doc promises to showcase rare archival footage and song demos, as well as capturing the late singer in very candid moments.
Whitney Houston rehearses some intricate concert choreography in a clip from 'Whitney,' an upcoming documentary about the late singer.
The first look at Whitney, in theaters July 6, focuses on the singer's incredible talent as well as the burden of stardom. "All the things coming at her, she just wanted to escape the pressure," a family member says in voiceover.
The New Zealander singer Lorde posted a photo of a bathtub along with the caption "and iii will always love you" — and Whitney Houston fans weren't having it.
Bobby Brown says he hopes Nick Gordon, the man found "legally responsible" in Brown's daughter's death, goes to prison "where somebody can rape him."
Going into the evening, one of the ceremony’s most-hyped moments had been Christina Aguilera’s tribute to the ultimate diva, the late Whitney Houston, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of "The Bodyguard," Whitney Houston’s landmark film that spawned the most successful soundtrack of all time.
Kelly Rowland reveals the Whitney Houston song that got her a spot on Destiny's Child, and it's probably not the one you think.
Jennifer Hudson surprised everyone on "The Voice" when she busted out into a Whitney Houston duet with contestant Davon Fleming.
At once moving and chilly, the Showtime doc tries to sum up the life force that was beneath the music that Whitney Houston made but can only speculate.
Simon Cowell immediately comes to “AGT” fan favorite Celine Tam’s defense after Mel B shares her disappointment in her act.
In a handwritten letter from the early ’90s, Madonna slams the talents of Sharon Stone and Whitney Houston, calling her contemporaries “horribly mediocre.”