The owner of the funeral home where Whitney Houston was laid to rest is firing back at allegations that she or her staff leaked the notorious open casket photo of the star to the National Enquirer. Carolyn Whigham, second-generation CEO of the Whigham Funeral Home in Newark, N.J., told the New York Daily News that she is “horrified” by the accusations — and at the backlash resulting from them.
In a new series of videos, we get a final glimpse at Whitney Houston before her untimely death. Entertainment Tonight paid a visit to Houston when she was filming on the set of ‘Sparkle.’ Houston was vibrant, warm and full of life — just how her fans would want to see her remembered.
Is Justin Bieber going to have to apologize for party rocking soon? It looks like it! The Biebs is not only collaborating with Far East Movement, but also with LMFAO on ‘Live My Life.’ The ‘Like a G6′ emcees revealed how the track came about.
It may be hard to believe considering she’s one of the most famous girls on the planet right now, but Selena Gomez wasn’t always so popular. The ‘Who Says’ singer revealed that when she was in school, she wasn’t confident at all — and that she thinks the only reason she wasn’t bullied is because her cousin was a cheerleader and protected her!
Congratulations to Rachel Crow! Everyone’s favorite pint-sized ‘X Factor‘ contestant may not have won the competition (thanks a lot, Nicole Scherzinger!), but she’s doing just fine on her own. Crow snagged a TV pilot with Nickelodeon and a record deal, so get ready to see a lot more of her.
The world will finally get a taste of the highly anticipated ‘Birthday Cake’ remix. Rihanna snagged former flame Chris Brown to feature on the track, much to the chagrin of the brass. While we can’t speak for their potential romantic reunion, their musical one may not be such a bad idea.
Another day, another Chris Brown Twitter drama. Country singer Miranda Lambert lambasted Brown and the Grammys for allowing him to perform in light of his assault on Rihanna in 2009. She continued her verbal and PR assault on Brown at one of her concerts. While Brown was relatively quiet in regards to her specific comments, he spoke out the best way he knows how yesterday: his oft-controversial Twitter account.
When R. Kelly wrote ‘I Look to You’ for Whitney Houston 10 years ago, he never thought that he’d be singing it at the legend’s funeral. Kelly choked back tears during his rousing performance of the song at Houston’s memorial yesterday (Feb. 18), giving a new meaning to the track he penned.
“The song ‘I Will Always Love You’ wasn’t supposed to be in the movie,” Kevin Costner revealed in a moving speech for his costar in ‘The Bodyguard,’ Whitney Houston at her funeral. “The first choice was going to be ‘What Becomes of a Broken Heart?’” he said. “So what becomes of our broken hearts?”
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