Whitney Houston

On Saturday, April 2 at 8/7c, an Entertainment Tonight special on music diva Whitney Houston will premiere, featuring never-before-seen interviews and lost performances.

According to CBS, the hour-long show “will feature lost performances and rare moments with Whitney, as well as fresh interviews with those who knew her best, including Dionne Warwick, Clive Davis, CeCe Winans, Monica, and Kelly Price.”

The program is available for free on streaming providers such as fuboTV and Paramount+ if you sign up for a free trial.

New revelations concerning the days leading up to and following Whitney’s death will be revealed in the special. Whitney died on February 11, 2012, at the age of 48, from a “drug-related drowning,” marking the tenth anniversary of her death.

Whitney Houston Has Won Six Grammy Awards

Whitney Houston was an American singer and actress who lived from August 9, 1963, until February 11, 2012. She is known as “The Voice” and is one of the most successful music artists of all time, with over 200 million albums sold worldwide. Houston is noted for her strong, soulful voice and vocal improvisation talents, and she has impacted many vocalists in popular music.

From “Saving All My Love for You” in 1985 to “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” in 1988, she is the only artist to achieve seven consecutive number-one songs on the Billboard Hot 100. Houston’s fame grew even more as she entered the film business. Her recordings and films have received a lot of attention and sparked a lot of debate.

In the days leading up to her death, Houston was said to have been “disheveled” and “erratic.” Houston died on March 22, 2012, from drowning and the “effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine usage,” according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.