Jordin discusses singing Whitney’s song on set while Mariah wrote her new single after learning of Whitney’s death.
The singer reveals being a “ball of nerves” while watching the film in it’s entirety.
In the new trailer for the film ‘Sparkle,’ Cee Lo Green’s powerful voice anchors a clip that is as soulful as it is heartfelt. Indeed, the early preview of the dramatic film, due in theaters August 17, is packed with intrigue and great sounds.
This year’s Olympic ceremonies will feature numerous songs written by historic classical composers decades ago as well as performances by former 90s superstars like the Spice Girls. But where’s all the new music?
Jordin says she always knew she wanted to be musically involved with the people she grew up loving, like Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Celine Dion and, of course, Whitney Houston. She also knew she wanted to act, but never thought she would get a chance to work so closely with Ms. Houston on the movie Sparkle.
With the video for “Celebrate,” the first single off of the ‘Sparkle soundtrack, Jordin Sparks honors her late co-star Whitney Houston.
Whitney Houston’s new movie-musical, Sparkle, comes out in theaters August 17, but it might soon find a permanent home on the Broadway stage.
It’s been three months since Whitney Houston’s tragic passing, but her family is ready to let the world see how they’re coping with the singer’s death in a new TV show.
“It makes me feel terrible,” Brown says, referring to the fingers pointed at him regarding Houston’s death. “But you know, I know differently. I think if anyone ever knew us, if anybody ever spent time around us instead of time looking through the bubble — they would know how we felt about each other. They would know how happy we were together.”
Graduation day is looming and the students of McKinley High are struggling to say goodbye. Luckily, they’ve got the songs of Whitney Houston to help them through.