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Clive Davis Holds Moment of Silence for Whitney Houston

Clive Davis Holds Moment of Silence for Whitney Houston

Clive Davis speaks onstage during his annual pre-Grammy gala held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday (February 11) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 79-year-old Chief Creative Officer of Sony Music Entertainment came out and said some nice words about Whitney Houston, then held a moment of silence before dedicating the night to her.

Tony Bennett opened the show. His first line was “we need to legalize drugs” in this country! Whitney was originally slated to open the show before she passed away earlier in the day at the age of 48.

Also pictured inside at the party: Britney Spears with Kim Kardashian, Alicia Keys with husband Swizz Beatz, Kelly Rowland, and Serena Williams with Gladys Knight.

10+ pictures inside of Clive Davis and friends celebrating the life of Whitney Houston

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Jacqueline @ 02/12/2012 at 5:38 pm

Drugs are illegal for a reason: because they’re bad for you. (Alcohol is the most dangerous drug since it effects the community and not just the abusing individual. Look at what happens when people are drunk: pregnancies, abortions, STDs, drunk driving, rapes, violence etc.) In Sweden, they legalized prostitution and sex trafficking is now at an all time high. If you tell people its okay to do something, guess what? It will get out of hand. Some things are illegal for a reason.

I think Whitney had a bad childhood and bad male influences. Why would she go for Bobbi Brown when she could do better? Love is the best and worst drug. I wonder what’s to become of Bobbi Kristina now. RIP

Betsy Ross @ 02/16/2012 at 5:05 pm

This man was her manager, and “discovered” her – and made a mint off of her – and yet had his party while her body was four floors up. I can’t believe the insensitivity and I guess he didn’t want to be out the deposit, or the catering bill. Ghoulish behavior, really…

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