Whitney Houston's Estate Developing Documentary?
Showbiz411 is reporting that Whitney Houston's estate is working on a documentary about the iconic singer, with Pat Houston, Whitney's sister-in-law, acting as executive producer. The site suggests the film would be more of a tribute than an "objective film about Whitney's rise and fall." The singer died at the age of 48 in February last year.
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With over 170 million combined album, singles and videos sold worldwide during her career with Arista Records, Whitney Houston had established a benchmark for superstardom.
Houston last appeared in the remake of the 1976 film SPARKLE, playing the role of Jordin Sparks's mother in the film, which featured the original score from composer Curtis Mayfield.
Houston's career has consisted of record-setting achievements in music: the only artist to chart seven consecutive No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hits ("Saving All My Love For You," "How Will I Know," "Greatest Love Of All," "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)," "Didn't We Almost Have It All," "So Emotional," and "Where Do Broken Hearts Go"); the first female artist to enter the Billboard 200 album chart at No. 1 (her second album, Whitney, 1987); and the only artist with seven consecutive multi-platinum albums (Whitney Houston, Whitney, I'm Your Baby Tonight, The Bodyguard, Waiting To Exhale, and The Preacher's Wife soundtracks, and My Love Is Your Love).
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