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Photos Timeline of Whitney's Stardom. Plastic surgery addict has plans to become a 'real-life sex doll'. Learn more. Singer Whitney Houston photographed in February 1982 when she was a senior in high school her first session with a professional photographer.
American singer Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012 watches a World Cup soccer match, 1994. Because she passed away the night before the 54th Grammy Awards 2012 , the host for the evening, LL Cool J, opened the show with a tribute and a prayer in her honor. Returned to work four months after giving birth to her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown in order to participate in "The Bodyguard World Tour", performing songs from her debut motion picture The Bodyguard 1992.
Once "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" hit 1 in April 1988, she was honored as the first artist in history to ever have seven consecutive Billboard number one singles.
Her last romantic relationship was with Ray J from 2006 to 2007 and again from 2009 to her death in 2012. American singer Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012 in concert, circa 1986.
Whitney Houston in concert on July 29, 1986, on Boston Common.
Houston originally opted not to record the song, but was convinced by Arista head Clive Davis. With "Hearts," Houston became the first female artist to score four number one singles from the same album. The couple were permitted to board their plane. This ranking is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 chart. She died in 1986, but lived long enough to see Houston turn the song into a worldwide hit.
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Delivered her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown via emergency Caesarean section after a 14-hour labor. Her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away at age 22 on July 26, 2015 having been in a medically induced coma for the past 6 months after being found unconscious face down in her bathtub.
Live on November 22, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. Search The Web Search Aol. Reid and Babyface wrote and produced the title track from Houston's 1990 album, which spawned a popular European remix and went Top 10 in half a dozen countries. Moscow is the first city in her world-wide 2009-2010 tour.