Wish Upon A Star….

Whether you heard the breaking news VIA Twitter,

Facebook, word of mouth or from your TV

you couldn’t help but feel compassion and saddened by the passing of

Whitney Houston.

Some even shed a tear as they reminisced of their favourite tracks from the fallen star.

The It’s Not Right but its Okay singer has graced our screens since the 1990’s,

some will remember her for the awesome ballads such as

Saving All My Love or I Will Always Love You  and I Wanna Dance With Somebody

Other memorable moments include her presence in the film world

in The Bodyguard and Waiting to Exhale  however the good girl turned bad

with the aid of trouble-star Bobby Brown as their love blossomed to something out of a thriller

movie involving domestic violence and drugs.

In order to set things straight, like all stars that go astray Whitney had a comeback album

however it was safe to say Whitney’s once good ol’ signature voice had seen better days.

I think we all remember her X Factor UK Performance #epic to say the least.

No doubt the mouth quivering artist/movie star has indeed left a mark in all our lives.

May her soul REST IN PEACE.

Now join me in sharing your top 3 tracks from the Best Female Artist

1) Its Not Right But Its Okay

2) When You Believe

3) Get It Back

‘My life doesn’t go on record. My voice does.’

Whitney Houston (August 9, 1963 – February 11, 2012)



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