Grammy’s Won’t Be The Same Without Whitney Houston: One Year Later After Death!

A year has passed since the world was shocked by the unfortunate death of the late singer Whitney Houston.  The late singer died at the age of 48, the eve before the Grammy Awards night.  Houston was found dead at a Beverly Hilton Hotel and the cause of death was accidental drowning.


The Grammy awards will occur on Sunday night and Houston’s legacy will be remembered once again.  CBS will pay a tribute to Whitney by airing “The Grammys Will Go On”.  This show features the events that happened 24 hours before Houston’s death.  It will also show how the producers struggle to modify the show due to the untimely death of the singer.  It will also feature several singers who are discussing about Whitney such as LL Cool J, Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, and Jennifer Hudson.

A lot of things have happened since the death of Houston.  Whitney has returned to the screen in the movie “Sparkle”.  Her daughter Bobbi Kristina made an appearance on “The Houstons: On Our Own”, which is a lifetime reality show.  Bobby Brown, her ex-husband has remarried and Cissy, her mother released a new book entitled “Remembering Whitney”.


Indeed, drama still continues even after Whitney’s death.

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