Some complementary, some confusing, all classic. Whitney Houston and The Smiths?!
Where did your childhood go?
Janet Jackson, Boyz II Men, and TLC are the soundtrack to our lives.
Just try to imagine a world in which “…Baby One More Time” is a TLC song.
I wanna dance with girls who just want to have fun because we are living in a material world. And I just can’t get enough!
Love songs have gone in and out of style since Billboard began its Hot 100 chart in 1958. Here are the best ones that hit the top spot.
Whitney Houston almost didn’t record her signature song. And Elvis almost owned it.
This illustrated playlist will fill your life with pure, overpowering joy.
Twitter used to talk about the media’s coverage of death. Now the media talks about Twitter’s.
Some of your favorite TV characters could have been played by completely different actors. Prepare to have your mind blown.
Just try to make it through this post without joy-crying at least once.
Somehow all of these songs came out over the course of 12 months.
At best Cissy came across as someone who is not very accepting — and at worst, well, kind of an awful person.
A guide to what goes on where… when the cameras aren’t looking.
Another year, another slew of New Year’s resolutions. What would yours have looked like 20 years ago?
“Never Give Up” is a previously unreleased tune that will be on a new greatest hits album. It really sucks that this needs to be described as “posthumous single.”
Kanye West and the rest of the GOOD crew do plenty of name dropping on the collaborative Cruel Summer album.
Avril, Robyn, Whitney and even Carly Rae have designs on your man. Watch out.
These folks did right by America! “The Star Spangled Banner” doesn’t always sound great, but when it does, it will give you chills.
Titled “Celebrate,” this duet with Jordin Sparks was the last song the legend ever recorded. What do you think about it?
These days, re-mortalizing is all the rage, but where the hell are the girls at? 2012 Summer music festivals, we’re lookin’ at YOU.
In his first interview since ex-wife Whitney Houston died, Brown says he’s “not the reason she’s gone.” He also denied responsibility for Whitney’s drug addiction — a contributing factor in her death.
Local NYC artist Thomas Demand recreated the scene at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on the day of Whitney Houston’s death, thanks to the tacky shots taken by TMZ. Hamburgers, French fries, Heineken, and Champagne: not the worst last meal a person could have?
Every Spring, England hosts the Chip Shop Awards, advertising “creativity without limits.” You want to know why ad creatives (Draper) are perceived as heartless bastards? Take a peek.
And she’s using Whitney’s old engagement ring. Bobbi Kristina Brown, is engaged to Nick Gordon, who Whitney “adopted” (although never officially) when he was 12 years old.
Whitney Houston’s daughter engaged in some hardcore PDA including a kiss with her secret BF yesterday, a guy who happens to be her pseudo-adopted brother. TMZ has the video of the lip-locking.
Last night, Oprah’s exclusive interview with Whitney Houston’s daughter aired on OWN, to mixed reactions among viewers (as well as Houston’s family). Was it too soon to give such a public interview? Probably. But here it is, anyway.
Artistic or out of line? A mosaic of late singer Whitney Houston made up entirely of pills has been created.
This card, for sale before Houston passed away, was still being sold in Targets almost two weeks after her death. Why were they carrying it in the first place?
Bill O’Reilly caught flak recently for harsh anti-drug statements he made while commenting on the death of Whitney Houston. Around the same time, O’Reilly received praise for defending Ellen DeGeneres against the anti-gay “One Million Moms” group. On Tuesday’s “Tonight Show,” Jay Leno asked him about both.