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Oprah Winfrey Lands Whitney Houston Family Interview

Oprah Winfrey has secured an interview with Whitney Houston‘s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, for a TV special set to air on her Oprah Winfrey Network.

The 58-year-old media mogul’s Oprah’s Next Chapter will also include interviews with Whitney‘s sister-in-law and manager, Patricia Houston, and her brother Gary, according to the Associated Press.

Oprah was reportedly one of the guests invited to Whitney‘s funeral in Newark, New Jersey, last month.

The powerhouse singer died February 11 at the age of 48. No official cause of death has been determined.

Oprah‘s interview with Whitney‘s family airs Sunday, March 11, at 9 p.m.

Target Pulls Whitney Houston Greeting Cards

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Friends Remember Whitney Houston in 'Rolling Stone'

The late Whitney Houston covers Rolling Stone‘s March 15 issue, on newsstands March 2.

Here’s what friends of the entertainer had to share:

A&R rep Gerry Griffith, on her dark side: “A lot of us talked about that, and no one could come up with an answer. Where is that rebellion coming from? It didn’t come out for a while.”

Singer Darlene Love, Whitney’s godmother: “I was pregnant at the time and she’d go, ‘What do you want, what do you want?’ There was a store on the corner where she’d run down the street and buy fruit for me. So charming from Day One.”

For more on Whitney Houston, visit RollingStone.com.

Whitney Houston: Sneak Peek 'Sparkle' Singing & Still

Check out this new still from the late Whitney Houston‘s upcoming film, Sparkle.

The superstar singer, who passed away suddenly earlier this month at the age of 48, did an interview and set visit with ET host Mark Steins and the director of Sparkle, Salim Akil.

Mark caught Whitney in action on set singing the hymn “Eyes On The Sparrow”. Check out the behind the scenes clip below.

Sparkle, which also stars Jordin Sparks, is set for a theatrical release on August 17 of this year.

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Whitney Houston: Dress & Earrings Up for Auction

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Whitney Houston Laid to Rest

Whitney Houston was laid to rest on Sunday (February 19) in a private ceremony held in Westfield, New Jersey.

The singer was buried next to her father, who died in 2003, according to the Associated Press.

Fans reportedly gathered near the funeral home in the morning and some “even slowly ran alongside the hearse as it began the journey to [her] gravesite.”

On Saturday, close friends and family gathered for Whitney‘s invitation-only funeral held at the Newark church where she used to sing as a child.

Whitney died February 11 in Beverly Hills, Calif., at the age of 48.

Watch Alicia Keys' Whitney Houston Tribute Performance - Video

Alicia Keys gave a touching performance of “Send Me An Angel” during Whitney Houston‘s funeral at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey on Saturday (February 18).

Watch the performance below! Stevie Wonder performed “Ribbon in the Sky” while R. Kelly sang Whitney‘s song “I Look To You.”

Aretha Franklin canceled her performance due to illness.

“Regretfully, I am so sorry that I was unable to be with you at Whitney‘s service today,” the Queen of Soul said in a statement. “I had every intention of being there. But unfortunately I had terrible leg spasms and locked leg muscles until 4:00 a.m. this morning following my concert last night, which I’ve been having for the last few days.”

“I feel it necessary and very important to stay off my leg today as much as possible until concert time this evening. My heart goes out to my dear friend Cissy, Dionne, Bobbi Kristina and the rest of the family. May God keep them all. – Aretha & the Franklin Family.”


Watch Alicia Keys’ Whitney Houston Tribute Performance – Video
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