Pride Magazine...

Sales Progress...

LA Times Excerpt: Diva tales: It's another solid week for Whitney Houston. Her "I Look to You" is at No. 4 this week, selling 66,000 copies. That's a dip from last week, when she sold 156,000 copies -- a post-"Oprah" sales bump -- but brings her total to 620,000 copies sold to date. That's good news for Houston as the industry heads into the holiday season. With depressed sales making it relatively easy for a brand-name artist to stay in the top 20, Houston should be on target to rack up a bevy of Grammy nominations if she can maintain a consistent sales base.



Million Dollar Review...

Digital Spy: Whitney Houston: 'Million Dollar Bill'
Released on Monday, October 5 2009
By Nick Levine, Music Editor

From the opening notes of this comeback single, it's clear The Voice has changed. It's deeper than you remember, huskier too, and when it soars, it's like an eagle that's getting on a bit and had a long day at the office. Funnily enough though, this lived-in quality - and we all know how lived-in thanks to that Oprah interview - is actually quite appealing.

It also suits the romantic optimism of the song. Co-written by Alicia Keys, 'Million Dollar Bill' is a midtempo disco tune with a message as feelgood as a Nora Ephron movie. "If he makes you feel like a million dollar bill," Houston sings on the chorus, "Say oh-oh-oh-oh". This isn't the most exciting thing she's ever recorded, but it is classy, dignified and pretty timeless-sounding. Isn't that just what you'd want from Whitney in 2009?

4/5 Stars



Photo Shoot Dash...

Atlanta Journal Constitution: Spotted! Whitney Houston is back in Atlanta
September 28, 2009, by Richard Eldredge

Over the lunch hour Monday, former Atlantan Whitney Houston was seen popping into a photo session at King Plow Arts Center in downtown Atlanta.

We hear she’s in town shooting photos for an InStyle magazine feature.  A fleet of black SUVs and a small squadron of stylists announced the pop star’s arrival.

Fifth Group Restaurant’s director of marketing Michael Erickson was at his company’s special event space, The King Plow Event Gallery when he saw the commotion and thoughtfully snapped a photo to share with Buzz readers. As she arrived, Houston was dressed in black and stepped into a photography studio that had blacked out its windows for the occasion.

Upon entering the facility, fans who work in the building attempted to bestow flowers upon the pop star.

But apparently, that sweet, humble lady we all saw on “Oprah” two weeks ago has once again been replaced with the fan-dissing “Being Bobby Brown” version.

We’re told that Houston ignored the well-wishers and their bouquets and kept walking.



Jet Magazine...


Whitney 'Wows' Worldwide...

From whitneyhouston.com:


Reclaiming Diva Status...

Billboard: Danja Handz Talks Working With Whitney
by Sandra Gordon, N.Y. | September 24, 2009 11:35 EDT

As Whitney Houston's comeback album "I Look To You" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Billboard caught up with producer Danja to talk about his work on two of the album's songs: "For The Lovers" and "Nothin' But Love."

"We did it in a day," says Danja about "For The Lovers." "It was a spur-of-the-moment type of thing. We had this record. Everybody loved it but it just could be taken to another level. It just needed something in the chorus, something to build." That's when Danja stepped in.

Danja said he first heard "For The Lovers" before executive producers Larry Jackson and Clive Davis gave it to him to produce. "I always liked it," Danja says. "It made me feel like the 'Africa' song [by Toto]."

Plans for a project between Houston and Danja had been in the works for some time, but specifics hadn't been hammered out and the right song hadn't come along. At some point during production, it became clear "For The Lovers" was meant for Houston. "When we finally got to the zone we started to design it for her," Danja says.

On "Nothin' But Love," Danja added subtle elements to enhance the feel of the song. "I loved the essence of the original track. I didn't want to change it," he says. "Just a little bit more knock in the drums, just make sure the chorus explodes, that everybody should [dance] when they hear it." Danja is also gearing up for the debut Spring/Summer 2010 release of Kevin Cossom, the first artist on his 'New Age Rock Stars' (N.A.R.S.) imprint through Jive.

After the release of "I Look To You," Danja is looking into current and upcoming projects for Usher, Pooh Bear, Kelly Clarkson, Dr. Dre, Lil Jon, and Jennifer Lopez. He's working on songs for Christina Aguilera's upcoming movie "Burlesque." Danja is also developing his own publishing venture, stating he is in the early stages of "trying to build the brand and bring in new artists, new writers, new producers, and fresh new movement -- a new age."

Billboard Chart Update...

The Billboard update for the week ending 3 October 2009:

The Billboard 200 - Up to No.2 (from No.3) with Bullet - 3 weeks on chart;
Billboard Comprehensive Albums - Up to No.2 (from No.4) with Bullet - 3 weeks on chart;
Top Digital Albums - Up to No.4 (from No.8) with Bullet - 3 weeks on chart;
Top Internet Albums - Up to No.9 (from No.12) - 3 weeks on chart;
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums - Up to No.2 (from No.3) with Bullet - 3 weeks on chart;
Tastemakers - Re-Entry at No.6 - 2 weeks on chart.

Billboard Comprehensive Albums - Re-Entry at No.124 - 3 weeks on chart;
Top Pop Catalog Albums - Re-Entry at No.25 - 32 weeks on chart;
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Catalog Albums - Up to No.8 (from No.24) with Bullet - 30 weeks on chart.

Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles - New Entry at No.19 - 1 week on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - New Entry at No. 66 - 1 week on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - New Entry at No. 66 - 1 week on chart;
Hot Adult R&B Airplay - New Entry at No.35 - 1 week on chart;
Hot Dance Club Play - Up to No.22 (from No.25) with Bullet - 4 weeks on chart.

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Up to No.45 (from No.49) with Bullet - 7 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - Up to No.45 (from No.49) with Bullet - 7 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult R&B Airplay - New Entry at No.22 - 1 week on chart;
Hot Dance Club Play - Hot Shot Debut at No.28 - 1 week on chart.

Hot 100 - Up to No.83 (from No. 88) with Bullet - 6 weeks on chart;
Hot 100 Airplay - Re-Entry at No.69 with Bullet - 3 weeks on chart;

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Up to No.22 (from No.25) with Bullet - 9 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - Up to No.22 (from No.25) with Bullet - 9 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult R&B Airplay - Up to No.2 (from No.5) with Bullet - 9 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks - Up to No.22 (from No.23) with Bullet - 7 weeks on chart;
Hot Gospel Songs - Up to No.16 (from No.22) with Airpower Award - 4 weeks on chart;
Smooth Jazz Songs - Remains at No.25 (2 weeks) with Bullet - 2 weeks on chart.

Additional Charts reported in Billboard:

Top Canadian Albums: 'I Look To You' - Up to No.3 (from No.5) - 3 weeks on chart;
European Top 100 Albums: 'I Look To You' - Down to No.3 (from No.2) - 3 weeks on chart;
German Albums - Down to No.7 (from No.5) - 3 weeks on chart;
Italy Album - Down to No.3 (from No.1) - 3 weeks on chart;
Norway Albums - Down to No.5 (from No.4) - 3 weeks on chart;
Spain Albums - New Entry at No.3 - 1 week on chart;
Sweden Albums - Down to No.3 (from No.2) - 3 weeks on chart;
Canadian Hot 100: 'Million Dollar Bill' - Up to No.79 (from No.96) with Bullet - 4 weeks on chart;
Canadian Hot 100 Airplay: 'Million Dollar Bill' - Up to No.65 (from No.74) with Bullet - 3 weeks on chart;
Japan Hot 100 Singles: 'Million Dollar Bill' - Up to No.5 (from No.13) - 3 weeks on chart;
Japan Hot 100 Singles: 'I Look To You' - New Entry at No.84 - 1 week on chart;
Yahoo Video: 'I'm Every Woman' - New Entry at No.4 - 1 week on chart;
Yahoo Video: 'I Look To You' - New Entry at No.6 - 1 week on chart.

: 24 SEPTEMBER 2009

Reclaiming Diva Status...

Variety: Houston out to reclaim diva status
Fallen star banks on disc 'I Look to You'

Posted: Wed., Sep. 23, 2009, 5:23pm PT

Whitney Houston's recent appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," which devoted the first two episodes of its new season to what might be the biggest survivor story of 2009, managed to shed some light on the singer's infamous retreat from the spotlight, including a tumultuous marriage, corrosive drug abuse and, ultimately, the calming effect of motherhood.
The jury's still out on what verdict this court of public opinion rendered, but judging from sales of Houston's latest LP, "I Look to You," her first disc of new material in seven years, whatever fall from grace she suffered has been partially cushioned by followers who have stuck with her through thick and thin.

The album hit No. 1 out of the gate -- the first Houston disc to hold that spot since 1987's "Whitney" -- with sales of just over 305,000 units, a figure sure to be bolstered by two hours of deep Oprah catharsis.

Although "I Look to You" was largely penned by market-tested hitmakers like R. Kelly, Diane Warren and David Foster, the mood and emotions sound highly personal. Songs like "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" and "Like I Never Left" could be construed as addressing her loyal fanbase as much as a lover.

The singer's label, Arista, not to mention her producer and mentor Clive Davis, have lavished Houston with the kind of attention and promotion reserved for legends.

"She's in the tradition of Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, Aretha Franklin, Streisand," Davis told Variety. "There are just a handful who are the voices of all time."

Houston's road to redemption began in earnest at Davis' annual pre-Grammy bash in February, where the Sony exec -- a legend himself -- staged the first phase of the singer's comeback by having her perform in front of a star-packed audience. Between Davis' bash and listening sessions of the new recording in New York, L.A. and London in July, Houston could not have custom-ordered a brighter constellation of star support.

"She's in great form and the music's there," says Scott Seviour, sr. VP marketing and artist development for the RCA Music Group, which oversees Epic. Adds Davis: "She's in a class by herself."


Job title: Singer

Role models: "Cissy Houston, Dionne Warwick, Lena Horne, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin -- all the women of soul who paved the way for me."

Career mantra: "Always keep the faith."

Leisure pursuits: "Spending time with my daughter."

Philanthropic passions: American Cancer Society, Children's Diabetes Foundation

Leona 'Happy'...

Entertainment Weekly: Oprah Bump for Whitney Houston

Last week was a big one for the hip-hop hype machine, with the long-awaited debut album from Kid Cudi as well as an EP from Drake hitting stores. Turns out neither one of them sold quite as well as their elder Jay-Z, who moved a hefty 298,000 additional units of his week-old The Blueprint 3, according to Nielsen SoundScan, securing a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Much of the movement elsewhere on this week’s chart resulted from choice TV appearances. Whitney Houston’s two-part interview with Oprah Winfrey helped boost flagging returns for her album I Look to You, propelling her back up to No. 2 with 156,000 in new sales.

: 23 SEPTEMBER 2009

Leona 'Happy'...

Rap-Up.com: Leona Lewis Happy for Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston returned to No. 1 with her new album and one of her famous fans couldn’t be happier for her success. When it comes to her idol, Leona Lewis has nothin’ but love.

The British pop sensation is elated to see the comeback queen back on top with her first album in seven years, I Look to You. “I’m so, so happy for her. It just makes me think that you can have longevity in your career and it’s not just about people that are here today and gone tomorrow,” she tells Rap-Up.com. “She’s just a true superstar and an amazing talent. Talent just outweighs everything and it speaks for itself.”

Houston’s labelmate had the chance to hear her inspiration’s latest effort before the public. “I’ve heard Whitney’s album throughout the process ’cause while I was doing my album, she was working on hers,” she reveals. “I just feel really lucky to be able to have listened to that.”

Lewis was introduced to the 46-year-old diva at Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party. “That was amazing. She’s someone that I’ve looked up to for a very long time and it’s not often that people get to meet their icons and their inspirations,” she continues, “and I did. I was really glad that I met her. I just love her so much.”

Leona Lewis’ first single “Happy” from her sophomore album Echo is available now on iTunes.


: 22 SEPTEMBER 2009

Returning Diva...

The Observer today published this report analysing Whitney Houston's return and evaluates Whitney's journey from her upbringing, motivation in music, the unprecedented level of her success and the dark years that followed.  The report finishes on an upbeat note acknowledging positive reviews for 'I Look To You' and the possibility of 'Whitney Houston: Act 3' around the corner.

: 20 SEPTEMBER 2009

Radio LA...

From KIIS-FM: The legendary Whitney Houston will be on LA's 102.7 KIIS-FM live with Ryan Seacrest tomorrow at 7:30am PT! You will not want to miss this one.

 If you're in the Los Angeles area, tune in to 102.7 KIIS-FM, and if you're not in the area, you're in luck. You can listen to the interview live on KIISfm.com, and you can get 102.7 KIIS-FM on your iPhone or BlackBerry by downloading the free iheartradio application here.

Whitney On Tom Joyner Morning Show...

EURWeb: WHITNEY HOUSTON ON THE TJMS TOMORROW: She'll chat with Joyner and crew about her new #1 CD and more

*(Dallas, TX) - Whitney Houston will appear on the nationally syndicated radio show, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, tomorrow, September 18th, at 7:55 am CST/ 8:55 am ET to discuss her new album and her plans for what's next in her career and her life.

A live stream of the Tom Joyner Morning Show is available by clicking on the 'Listen Live' button on BlackAmericaWeb.com (http://www.blackamericaweb.com) or listen live on a Tom Joyner Morning Show affiliate.

Go to http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q= where_to_listen to find out where you can tune-in.

The nation's # 1 syndicated urban morning show, which airs in over 100 markets reaching nearly 8 million listeners, has distinguished itself over the years as continuously giving back to its audience with quality programming, highly popular promotions, special events and philanthropy.

Since 2004, Joyner has awarded millions to nearly 2,000 contest winners and his Foundation has raised more than $55 million to help keep students in historically black colleges and universities.

The Morning Show with co-hosts Sybil Wilkes and J. Anthony Brown also features news analysis with Roland Martin and special issues reporting from Jacque Reid; political commentary Stephanie Robinson and Jeff Johnson; and celebrity news with Jawn Murray, as well as comedic observations and lifestyle tips from Sheryl Underwood, D.L. Hughley, and the Celebrity Snitch Huggy Lowdown.

Joyner's website, BlackAmericaWeb.com, has more than 1.5 million registered users and delivers news with special reports by award winning journalists and exclusive political coverage as well as interactive elements with on demand audio.


Billboard Chart Update...

The Billboard update for the week ending 26 September 2009:

The Billboard 200 - Down to No.3 (from No.1) - 2 weeks on chart;
Billboard Comprehensive Albums - Down to No.4 (from No.2) - 2 weeks on chart;
Top Digital Albums - Down to No.8 (from No.1) - 2 weeks on chart;
Top Internet Albums - Down to No.12 (from No.2) - 2 weeks on chart;
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums - Down to No.3 (from No.1) - 2 weeks on chart;

Top R&B/Hip-Hop Catalog Albums - Down to No.24 (from No.15) - 29 weeks on chart.

Hot Dance Club Play - Up to No.25 (from No.32) - 3 weeks on chart.

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Up to No.49 (from No.56) with Bullet - 6 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - Up to No.49 (from No.56) with Bullet - 6 weeks on chart.

Hot 100 - Down to No.88 (from No. 70) - 5 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Down to No.25 (from No.24) with Bullet - 8 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - Down to No.25 (from No.24) with Bullet - 8 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult R&B Airplay - Down to No.5 (from No.4) - 8 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks - Up to No.23 (from No.24) with Bullet - 6 weeks on chart;
Hot Gospel Songs - Up to No.22 (from No.26) with Bullet - 3 weeks on chart;
Smooth Jazz Songs - Hot Shot Debut at No.25 - 1 week on chart.

Additional Charts reported in Billboard:

Top Canadian Albums: 'I Look To You' - Down to No.5 (from No.1) - 2 weeks on chart;
European Top 100 Albums: 'I Look To You' - Down to No.2 (from No.1) - 2 weeks on chart;
France Albums - Down to No.10 (from No.3) - 2 weeks on chart;
German Albums - Down to No.5 (from No.1) - 2 weeks on chart;
Italy Album - Remains at No.1 (2nd week) - 2 weeks on chart;
Canadian Hot 100: 'Million Dollar Bill' - Down to No.96 (from No.62) - 3 weeks on chart;
Canadian Hot 100 Airplay: 'Million Dollar Bill' - Down to No.74 (from No.63) - 2 weeks on chart;
Japan Hot 100 Singles: 'Million Dollar Bill' - Up to No.13 (from No.22) - 2 weeks on chart.

: 17 SEPTEMBER 2009

Million Dollar Bill Video Exclusive...

: 16 SEPTEMBER 2009

I Didn't Know My Own Strength...

The second part of Whitney Houston's interview was broadcast today across the US with much of the music press and fans still absorbing yesterday's in depth interview.  The interview concluded with an emotionally charged live performance from Whitney of 'I Didn't Know My Own Strength'.

Follow this link to read the transcript of part two of the interview.


: 15 SEPTEMBER 2009

Whitney Houston on Oprah Winfrey...

The first part of Whitney Houston's interview with Oprah Winfrey aired in the US tonight - you can read a full transcript of the first part here.


France: Goom Radio Interview...

Whitney Houston featured on Goom Radio (France) tonight - here's a link to the podcast of the interview which features Whitney talking about the making of the album and features Whitney's music.

: 14 SEPTEMBER 2009

Million Dollar Review...

Billboard: Million Dollar Bill (Single Review)
September 12, 2009

Whitney Houston
From the moment this single opens with a funk bassline and an unmistakable "ohhh," Whitney Houston makes it clear which record-breaking diva is back on top. Houston recalled her iconic '80s and '90s ballads with her new album's first single/ title track, "I Look to You," and on the disco anthem "Million Dollar Bill," she turns her attention to the dancefloor. Producers Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys—who co-wrote with Philly soul great Norman Harris —shake up just the right mix of bass and beats that allows her lofty vocals to sparkle on a song that recalls her 1987 No. 1 hit, "I Wanna Dance With Somebody." Although a new generation of R&B singers has since arrived on the charts, it's Houston who will close this decade with every note still touching gold. —Michael Menachem


: 12 SEPTEMBER 2009

Opening Up...

San Francisco Chronicle: Houston opens up to Oprah about drugs

Whitney Houston was so hooked on hard drugs, she dreaded the thought of leaving her home.

In a candid new interview with Oprah Winfrey, which airs next week, the singer reveals her struggles with crack cocaine during her marriage to Bobby Brown, and tells how she could not bring herself to get dressed for seven months.

The 46-year-old admits to the talk show host that her life began to spiral out of control after the phenomenal success of the 1992 movie "The Bodyguard."

And Houston also reveals she allowed Brown to step into the spotlight during their 14-year marriage, even though it meant putting her own ambitions on hold.

Winfrey says, "It (the interview) will leave you gasping. She does not blame Bobby Brown and she takes full responsibility for her engagement in drugs.

"At one point she says, 'I didn't get out of my pajamas for seven months.' She talks about doing the drugs and sitting in the house, the two of them going, 'What are we doing?'

"She said, 'I want to tell my story, I want to tell the truth.' She talks about when it started to go wrong after 'The Bodyguard' -- that was a long time ago.

"The thing most shocking to me is that Whitney tried to make herself smaller to fit in a marriage so the man could be bigger. How many women have done that? I deeply felt for her. She was trying to be the good wife. She really, truly loved him."



ABC7: Whitney Houston reveals all to Oprah

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Whitney Houston is celebrating her first No. 1 album in more than 16 years, and it was Oprah Winfrey who got the much in-demand interview with the songbird about her return.

"I think it's the best interview, because as you know, you're only as good as the person on other side of chair," says Winfrey of her interview with Houston.

During the interview, Winfrey asks Houston questions ranging in topics from drug use to the singer's famed voice. "I could sit there and ask all the best questions, as did Diane Sawyer seven years ago, and she could just not be ready to talk," says Winfrey, "but she came ready, open, out of denial. Whitney is out of denial, and she delivered and brought her best game."

Houston related one story that proved to be a life changing moment for her, which was when her mother, singer Cissy Houston, came to her house with the authorities. "She says I have a court [injunction] here," says Houston about her mother to Winfrey. "You do it my way or we're just not going to do this at all. You've got to give this up because it's just not worth it," Houston continues during the interview.

"My jaw was dropping half the time, because I finally got it. She loved that man, " Winfrey told Eyewitness News, referring to Bobby Brown. But it was her mother's love that pulled her out of her darkest moments. "She said, let's go, let's do this. I'm not losing you to the world. I'm not losing you to satan. I'm not doing this. I want my daughter. I want you back. I want to see that glow in your eyes," says Houston about her mother.

Winfrey says that the interview with Houston cleared up questions she had about the singer. "You know all this time, we've all been saying, 'what is she doing with him, what is that all about?' She loved that man, Bobby Brown," says Winfrey. "Like a lot of women do with men, they feel they need to make him feel important and need to dim their own light, and they need to let him be the man. That's what she was doing," explains Winfrey. Winfrey's interview with Houston airs Monday at 3 p.m. on ABC7.


Oprah's Thoughts...

Video of Oprah Winfrey discussing her interview with Whitney Houston:

[Thanks Neal]


Oprah's interview with Whitney Houston next week is in promotional overdrive - check out this picture taken in California today.

[Thanks Johnnie]

: 11 SEPTEMBER 2009

'I Look To You' Video Exclusive...



CNN: Whitney Houston candid on 'Oprah'
September 10, 2009 -- Updated 2115 GMT (0515 HKT)
By Lisa Respers France

(CNN) -- In an emotional interview, Whitney Houston opened up to talk-show host Oprah Winfrey about a pivotal role her mother played in getting the singer back on track.

The sit-down interview, set to air when "The Oprah Winfrey Show" returns for its 24th season Monday, offers a rare glimpse into the life of Houston who is in the midst of a much anticipated return to the spotlight.

In the interview appearing over two days, Houston shared with Winfrey how her mother, singer Cissy Houston, arrived at her daughter's house one day with sheriff's officers and a court order in hand to issue an ultimatum.

"Now looking at it, I see the love and passion that my mother had for me and she has for me," Houston told Winfrey. "She says, 'I have a court [injunction] here. Either you do it my way, or we're just not going to do this at all. We are both going to go on TV, and you're going to retire.'"
Her mother would broach no interference from Houston's now ex-husband, singer Bobby Brown, the star said, and went so far as to warn him, " 'If you move, Bobby, they're gonna take you down. Don't you make one move.' "

Houston said her mother implored her to come with her, saying, "' It's not worth it.' "

" 'I'm not losing you to the world,' " Houston said her mother told her. " 'I'm not losing you to Satan. I'm not doing this. I want my daughter. I want you back. I want to see that glow in your eyes. That light in your eye.' "

Cissy Houston, a Grammy-winning soul and gospel artist, is a former member of the Sweet Inspirations, a group that scored a few hits and sang backup for musical legends such as Aretha Franklin.

Whitney Houston's new album, "I Look to You," is her first in seven years and comes after the ending of a troubled marriage and reports of erratic behavior and allegations of drug abuse.

Houston and Brown, who has had multiple brushes with the law, appeared together with their daughter, Bobbi Christina, four years ago on the reality show "Being Bobby Brown."

Rehab Drama...

Extra TV: Whitney Houston's Rehab Drama
Posted on September 10, 2009 9:47 AM

Songstress Whitney Houston laid out the whole sordid tale of her recovery in the upcoming sit-down with Oprah, where the diva opened up about the day her mother forced her into rehab... and saved her life.

The singer described how her mother, singer Cissy Houston, presented her daughter with an ultimatum to get clean. "One day, my mother came to my house, she walks in with these sheriffs," Houston tells Winfrey. "She says, 'I have a court injunction here. You're either gonna do it my way or not gonna do it at all. We're both gonna go on TV and you're gonna retire. This is not worth it.'"

Whitney revealed that Cissy's intervention also scared her ex, Bobby Brown, into submission. "Cissy said, 'If you move Bobby, they're gonna take you down. Don't make one move!' He stood there like he was scared. She said, 'Let's go. Let's do this.'"

Oprah tells "Extra" that Whitney's candid revelations shocked her -- especially since Houston was not as forthcoming in a prior interview. "The last interview she'd done was with Diane Sawyer seven years ago. She was clearly not ready to tell us anything, and was just sort of playing around with her denial, I guess."

The talk queen added, "It's really rare to get anybody who's that famous to be as honest as she was." Houston's longtime mentor Clive Davis agrees, telling "Extra," "I've known Whitney since she was 18 years old. I learned about Whitney... things that I had never known. She knew she had to speak from the heart."


Oprah Revelation...

Atlanta Journal Constitution: Oprah drops Houston interview bombshell
September 10, 2009, by Richard Eldredge

In a preview of next week’s interview, Oprah Winfrey revealed Thursday morning on “Good Morning America” that it was Cissy Houston, the woman who brought daughter Whitney Houston into the music business who threatened to take her out of the industry at the height of her battle with drugs.

During a live interview from the Chicago set of her talk show, Winfrey told Diane Sawyer that it was Cissy Houston who turned up at the house her daughter shared with now ex-husband Bobby Brown with a court injunction and sheriffs in tow.

In a clip from the two-part interview that will air on “Oprah” next Monday and Tuesday, Houston recalled the incident saying, “My mother had the court paper in her hand and said ‘You do this my way or not at all. We’ll go on TV and you’ll retire.’ ”

Houston also recalled what her mother told a nervous looking Bobby Brown as the sheriffs gathered around them.

According to Whitney Houston her mother told Brown: “If you move Bobby, they’re going to take you down.”

The move by Cissy Houston, who first hired her daughter to sing back up for her in the early 1980s and was there the night music mogul Clive Davis first heard her daughter sing, was a last ditch attempt to get Whitney into drug rehab.

The family intervention worked and the troubled singer tells Winfrey she went to rehab. It was unclear during the “GMA” segment when the intervention took place and if it was while the couple resided in Country Club of the South here.

According to the singer, Cissy Houston told her: “I’m not going to lose you to the world. I’m not going to lose you to Satan. I want my daughter back. I want to see that glow in your eye again.”

Last week, Cissy Houston was seated in the front row at Whitney’s “GMA” comeback concert.

Billboard Chart Update...

The Billboard update for the week ending 19 September 2009:

The Billboard 200 - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
Billboard Comprehensive Albums - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
Top Digital Albums - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
Top Internet Albums - New Entry at No.2 - 1 week on chart;
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
Tastemakers - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart.

Billboard Comprehensive Albums - Re-Entry at No.157 - 2 weeks on chart;
Top Pop Catalog - Re-Entry at No.31 - 31 weeks on chart;
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Catalog Albums - Re-Entry at No.15 - 28 weeks on chart.

Hot Dance Club Play - Up to No.32 (from No.44) with Bullet - 2 weeks on chart.

Hot 100 - New Entry at No.100 - 1 week on chart;

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Remains at No.56 (3rd week) - 5 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Remains at No.56 (3rd week) - 5 weeks on chart.

Hot 100 - Up to No.70 (from No.98) - 4 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Up to No.24 (from No.27) - 7 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - Up to No.24 (from No.27) - 7 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult R&B Airplay - Up to No.4 (from No.6) - 7 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks - Remains at No.24 (2nd week) - 5 weeks on chart;
Hot Gospel Songs - Up to No.26 (from No.30) - 2 weeks on chart.

Additional Charts reported in Billboard:

Top Canadian Albums: 'I Look To You' - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
European Top 100 Albums: 'I Look To You' - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
France Albums - New Entry at No.3 - 1 week on chart;
German Albums - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
Italy Album - New Entry at No.1 - 1 week on chart;
Canadian Hot 100: 'Million Dollar Bill' - Up to No.62 (from No.78) - 2 weeks on chart;
Canadian Hot 100 Airplay: 'Million Dollar Bill' - New Entry at No.63 - 1 week on chart;
Japan Hot 100 Singles: 'Million Dollar Bill' - New Entry at No.22 - 1 week on chart.


Chart Beat...

Billboard: Chart Beat Thursday: Whitney Houston
by Gary Trust | September 10, 2009 3:58 EDT

SHE'S GOT THE 'LOOK': How long had it been since Whitney Houston presided over the Billboard 200? Until this week, the superstar last led when the soundtrack to the "The Bodyguard," credited as a Houston album in Billboard's archives, spent its 20th and final week at No. 1 on the chart dated May 29, 1993. That week, a band called Radiohead made its first career appearance on the Billboard 200 with "Pablo Honey," Tag Team's "Whoomp! (There It Is)" was the Hot 100's Hot Shot Debut and Toby Keith notched his first of 33 career top fives on Country Songs.

This week, Houston returns to the Billboard 200 throne, as "I Look to You" roars in at No. 1. ( Click here for Billboard.com's analysis of Houston's hefty sales haul that produced the bow).

"I Look to You" becomes Houston's fourth No. 1 album. Her fab four are:

"Whitney Houston," 1986 (14 weeks at No. 1)
"Whitney," 1987 (11 weeks at No. 1)
"The Bodyguard" 1992-93 (20 weeks at No. 1)
"I Look to You" 2009 (1 week to date at No. 1)

"I Look to You" is Houston's first No. 1-debuting album since "Whitney" 22 years ago. The latter title was also the first album by a woman to begin at No. 1, arriving atop the Billboard 200 dated June 27, 1987.

Despite her lengthy hiatus from the penthouse, Houston's standing on the chart stretching to her juggernaut of a debut album remains sterling. Since her first week atop the tally on March 8, 1986, here is a look at the artists to spend the most weeks at No. 1:

51, Garth Brooks
46, Whitney Houston
30, Mariah Carey
22, Eminem
21, M.C. Hammer
21, U2
17, Billy Ray Cyrus
17, Jay-Z
16, Bruce Springsteen
16, Vanilla Ice

On R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, "I Look to You" becomes Houston's fifth No. 1. She previously reigned with "Whitney Houston" (1985), "I'm Your Baby Tonight" (1990-91), "The Bodyguard" (1992-93) and her soundtrack to "The Preacher's Wife" (1997).

While Houston starts atop the Billboard 200, she posts a new entry on the Billboard Hot 100 at the anchor spot, as "Million Dollar Bill" cashes in at No. 100. The song is her 39th career Hot 100 entry. The new album's title cut concurrently jumps from No. 98 to No. 70, granting Houston her highest Hot 100 ranking since "Could I Have This Kiss Forever," with Enrique Iglesias, peaked at No. 52 in 2000.

Euro Chart...

Billboard: Whitney Houston Debuts Atop Euro Chart

Whitney Houston mirrors her Billboard 200 success with a No. 1 debut on European Top 100 Albums with her comeback set "I Look To You" (Arista/RCA/Sony Music Entertainment). There's also a new champion on European Hot 100 Singles, where David Guetta scores his second No. 1 in less than two months with "Sexy Chick" (Gum/Positiva/Virgin/EMI), featuring Akon.

Houston was last on the pan-European survey at the end of 2007 with Arista's "Ultimate Collection," which reached No. 10. The 2002 ballads retrospective "Love, Whitney" reached only No. 44, while 2000's "The Greatest Hits" made No.2. Houston's last studio album, 1998's "My Love Is Your Love," reached No. 1 during an epic 67-week run on the European survey, and was certified for shipments of three million units across the region. "I Look To You" posts best-selling starts in Germany and Italy, other arrivals including No. 2 in Sweden and No. 3 in France. The set is out in the U.K. on Oct. 19.


: 10 SEPTEMBER 2009

Whitney Houston is Number One...

'I Look To You' has entered the US Billboard 200 Album Chart at No.1!

Billboard: Whitney Houston Debuts At No. 1 On Billboard 200
whitneyhouston.com: WHITNEY WOWS WORLDWIDE!!!
MTV: Whitney Houston Looks To #1 On Billboard
Entertainment Weekly: Whitney Houston tops the albums chart
Los Angeles Times: On the charts: Whitney returns
Los Angeles Times: Whitney Houston caps comeback with No. 1 album
BBC News: Houston's comeback tops US chart


: 9 SEPTEMBER 2009

Oprah Teaser...

New York Daily News: Oprah Winfrey calls Whitney Houston interview her best ever; diva dishes on marriage, drugs
By Richard Huff
Updated Tuesday, September 8th 2009, 4:43 PM

Oprah Winfrey says her blockbuster sit-down with Whitney Houston is "the best interview I've ever done."

However, Winfrey isn't telling folks exactly what Houston says — yet.

Houston does talk about her marriage to Brown, drugs, rehab and how her family saved her, according to the show.

"My approach to this interview was to not be judgmental in any way, and not to go in trying to get her to say things to make a 'moment,'" Winfrey says in a statement released by the show.

"I just wanted to be able to have an honest conversation with her," Winfrey continued. "One woman to another woman. And the day of the interview I literally prayed about that all day long. I just wanted a connection between the two of us. And that is what happened. And that is why I believe it's one of the most, if not the most, powerful interviews I've ever done."

Houston taped the interview with Winfrey earlier this month. It will air Sept. 14 and be seen locally on WABC/Ch. 7 at 4 p.m.

Winfrey admits she should leave it for others to say how well she she did in the interview. But she apparently couldn't help but gush.

"I can't think of a moment, ever, when I had a stronger connection to the person I was interviewing," Winfrey says.

She should know. She's grilled countless guests since her daytime talk show launched in 1986.

Houston agreed to the chat as part of her comeback tour, which started in late August with the release of her new album. Indeed, Houston cited her talk with Winfrey during a recent concert taping for "Good Morning America," in which her voice cracked in each song.

Houston's last interview was seven years ago, when she and then husband Bobby Brown talked to ABC's Diane Sawyer during a period of allegations of drug use and other troubles.

"I think whether you liked or loved Whitney Houston before you will certainly have a deeper appreciation for what she has been through as a human being," Winfrey says. "And I mean, the fans are just going to love her even more."

Sales Speculation...

Entertainment Weekly: Whitney Houston: Will her sales disappoint?
by Simon Vozick-Levinson
Categories: Charts, Whitney Houston

Last Monday was a big day for Whitney Houston, whose first all-new album in seven years finally arrived in stores. An even more important day might be tomorrow, when first-week sales results will be announced, providing one answer to the question of just how much the public has missed her.

Right now, trade gossip site HitsDailyDouble.com — whose estimates are usually pretty reliable — is projecting that Houston’s I Look to You will top the albums chart with sales of about 301,000. That’s not too shabby. It’s considerably more than the underwhelming 205,000 that her last album managed in its first week. Then again, it’s no blockbuster, either.

By way of comparison, Maxwell performed similarly this July, selling 316,000 copies of BLACKsummers’night in its first week. Now, Maxwell, like Whitney, is an R&B/pop singer who hadn’t put out a new album in many years (eight, in his case). But Maxwell was never a megastar on Whitney’s level. Not even close. Maxwell never had a record certified 17 times platinum. If Houston can’t even beat his sales today, what does that say about her relevance?

Check back on the Music Mix tomorrow morning to find out the final sales results for last week. ‘Til then, what do you think of these predictions? Is 301,000 a number to be proud of for Whitney Houston? Do you even care how many copies she sells in week 1?

Vote Whitney...

VH1: Vote On Your All-Time Favorite Divas Moment For Our Divas Vault Countdown!

Mariah Carey turning “Heartbreaker” into “Love Hangover.” Whitney Houston singing “I Was Made To Love Her” right alongside its legendary writer, Stevie Wonder. Céline Dion, Gloria Estefan, Shania Twain and Carole King sharing the stage for a rendition of Carole’s “You’ve Got a Friend.” Cyndi Lauper and Patti LaBelle performing a stripped-down version of Cyndi’s “Time After Time.” Destiny’s Child doing Diana Ross’ “Upside Down.” Jill Scott trying her hand at the contemporary classic “(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman.” These are one-of-a-kind performances you’d only hear at VH1 Divas, and there are tons of them available for your fawning in our Divas Vault.

We have plenty more to look foward to when this year’s VH1 Divas premieres (live Thursday, Sept. 17 at 9/8c), but for now, we’d like to find out which past Divas performances are the fan-favorites. And so, we’re taking a poll via Twitter to determine the Top 10 Divas performances of all time. Check out the Vault and vote for whatever your diva-loving heart desires. (Please limit your votes to only the performances that can be found at the Vault.) We’ll tally the votes and post the Top 10 videos that scored the highest here at the VH1 Blog on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
You can vote in two ways: in the comments section of this post or by hitting us @ our Twitter (http://twitter.com/vh1) with the name of the performer(s) and song title (if you tweet, include the hashtag #vh1divas). Feel free to vote as many times as you’d like (although if you vote for something, like, 1,000 times, we’ll probably notice and stop counting your votes — just be prudent, K?), and then check back Wednesday to see how your favorite diva fared!

Remember: Voting ends Wednesday, Sept. 16 so hurry up and tell us which diva performance is the best!

The eligible Whitney Houston performances are:

"It's Not Right, But It's Okay"

"I Was Made To Love Her"


: 8 SEPTEMBER 2009

Oprah's Best Interview Ever...

Associated Press: Oprah: Houston interview is best she's ever done

CHICAGO (AP) -- Talk show host Oprah Winfrey calls her upcoming sit-down with singer Whitney Houston "the best interview I've ever done."

Winfrey said Monday in comments provided to The Associated Press by Harpo Productions that she "can't think of a moment, ever, when I had a stronger connection to the person I was interviewing."

According to Harpo Productions, Houston's daughter and producer Clive Davis attended the interview.

Houston also is to perform her new song "I Didn't Know My Own Strength."

The 46-year-old superstar hasn't done a major TV interview since 2002, when she addressed questions about her drug use from ABC's Diane Sawyer.

Winfrey kicks off the 24th season of Chicago-based "The Oprah Winfrey Show" with the two-part interview with Houston on Sept. 14 and 15.

: 7 SEPTEMBER 2009

Jump Around...

Billboard: Albums Shift Dates

Jay-Z's "The Blueprint 3" becomes the latest superstar album release to shuffle its release date, according to changes on Amazon.com, Rhapsody.com and WEA's distribution Web site. The Roc Nation set, originally scheduled for a Friday, Sept. 11 launch, has been pushed forward to Tuesday, Sept. 8. The title was intended to drop on Sept. 11, on the eighth anniversary of the first "Blueprint's" release. Representatives for Jay-Z and Roc Nation could not be reached for comment by deadline.

Release dates are seemingly becoming more fluid as the music industry marches towards the all important holiday shopping season. Just last week saw Miley Cyrus' Wal-Mart exclusive EP "The Time Of Our Lives" scoot forward from an Aug. 31 release to Aug. 28. Whitney Houston's comeback album "I Look To You" jumped one day from Sept. 1 to Aug. 31 -- which ultimately triggered a near industry-wide shift for all Sept. 1 albums to Aug. 31. Mariah Carey's upcoming "Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel" switched street dates twice, finally settling on a Sept. 29 premiere. And less than two weeks ago, on Aug. 25, it was announced by Reprise Records that Michael Bublé's "Crazy Love" set would drop on Tuesday, Oct. 13. But then just four days later, Reprise announced that due to "unprecedented demand," the album was pushed forward four days to a Friday, Oct. 9 bow. -- Keith Caulfield, L.A.

: 5 SEPTEMBER 2009


Oprah's two million Twitter followers received the following message from her today:

In search of ceiling repairmen.
Cause Whitney just BLEW THE ROOF off of Harpo.
Grown men & women weeping in the aisles.


whitneyhouston.com: Reviews continue to pour in for Whitney's new album I Look To You...check out what critics have to say!

: 4 SEPTEMBER 2009


Whitney Houston today recorded a performance for her Oprah interview at the Harpo studio in Chicago.  Word is Whitney performed 'I Didn't Know My Own Strength' and 'I Love The Lord'.  This photograph was taken Monday evening when the two sat down to record the interview.



The Grape Juice: Exclusive: Whitney's Music Video Premiere Dates

That Grape Juice can EXCLUSIVELY reveal that Whitney Houston will be premiering not one, but TWO new videos in the coming weeks.

The video for 'I Look To You' is set to debut September 10th. While the clip for 'Million Dollar Bill' will be unveiled on September 16th.

In other Whitney news, we have received confirmed word that she will be performing 'I Didn't Know My Own Strength' on The Oprah Winfrey Show - at the personal request of Oprah herself.

Also, a televised special is being considered by Whitney's team for later this year.

Remember where you heard it first!!!

Tyler Perry...

Atlanta Journal Constitution: Tyler Perry requests prayers for Whitney Houston
9:26 am September 3, 2009, by Richard Eldredge

Our brand-new Facebook “friend” Atlanta director Tyler Perry has sent a message to fans asking them to pray for Whitney Houston as she re-emerges on the pop scene.

Writes Perry: “Whitney Houston and I are friends. Over the last few years, I’ve gotten to know her pretty well, and with that, I’ve had the opportunity to witness a miracle up close and personal. I’ve watched her regain her strength, her fight and her faith. You have no idea how much this woman

has been through in her life and, as much as she’s shared with me, I’m sure half of it has not been told. What I know for sure is; she is a living miracle. Pretty soon you will hear her tell these stories in her own words and then I think you’ll understand.”

Perry is also a fan of Houston’s much-touted comeback album, “I Look to You.”

“It’s truly amazing,” write Perry. “When you buy it online or in the stores, whisper a prayer for her. She is truly looking to you and to God for all her strength. And do me this favor, if you will, add her to your prayer list. Pray for her as she steps back into the spotlight, as she takes back all that belongs to her. Just because she’s Whitney Houston doesn’t mean that she doesn’t need prayer, we all do.”

In another piece of news to fans, the seemingly indefatigable Perry also announced he’s contemplating a gig as a weekly talk show host.

Perry has shot a test episode set to air September 9 on TBS at 11 p.m., following his sitcom lineup on the Atlanta-based network.

Perhaps not coincidentally, all of his scheduled guests, Pastor Marvin Winans, Gladys Knight, Adam Rodriguez and Taraji P. Henson with a video by Mary J. Blige appear in his upcoming Madea comedy “Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself” set to hit theaters on Sept. 11.

Our take? It sounds less like a talk show and more like an unnecessary infomercial for a movie that’s already expected to take in wheelbarrow loads of money at the box office.

Still, we admire Perry’s bravery. He’s requesting that his fiercely honest fans take to the message boards on his Website to send him feedback following the airing of his talk show hosting debut


Billboard Chart Update...

The Billboard update for the week ending 12 September 2009:

Hot Dance Club Play - New Entry at No.44 - 1 week on chart.

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Remains at No.56 (2nd week) - 4 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - Remains at No.56 (2nd week) - 4 weeks on chart.

Hot 100 - Up to No.98 (from No.99) - 3 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs - Down to No. 27 (from No.26) - 6 weeks on chart;
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay - Down to No. 26 (from No.26) - 6 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult R&B Airplay - Remains at No.6 (2nd week) - 6 weeks on chart;
Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop - Down to No.36 (from No.35) - 4 weeks on chart;
Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks - Down to No.24 (from No.23) - 4 weeks on chart;
Hot Gospel Songs - Hot Shot Debut at No.30 - 1 week on chart.


Canadian HMV...

Whitney Houston tops the Canadian HMV Top 10 according to The Canadian Press:

HMV Canada: "I Look To You" by Whitney Houston tops CD sales list

TORONTO — The following is HMV Canada's top 10 CDs based on national sales for the week ending Sept. 4.


1 I Look To You - Whitney Houston
2 Only By the Night - Kings of Leon
3 The E.N.D. - The Black Eyed Peas
4 Rebelution - Pitbull
5 One Love - David Guetta
6 Artwork - Used
7 Fame - Lady GaGa
8 Billy Talent III - Billy Talent
9 Humbug - Arctic Monkeys
10 Relapse - Eminem

: 3 SEPTEMBER 2009

Good Morning America...

Whitney Houston's GMA performance televised in the US with mixed reviews - Whitney explained her voice was hampered due to extended conversations with Oprah Winfrey the night before when recording that already-historic interview.  Whitney's fans gave great support to Whitney at the GMA recording.

You can click the image of Whitney (left) to go to a gallery of pictures from the concert.

Below are links to some of the reports from the GMA mini-concert:

ABC News: Whitney Houston 'Good Morning America' Concert: 'Dream Come True' for Fans
New York Daily News: Whitney Houston loses voice, cracks through Central Park 'GMA' concert
Rolling Stone: Whitney Houston Sings on “Good Morning America”: “I Never Left”
EURWeb: WHITNEY CREDITS COMEBACK TO MOM AND FANS ON GMA: Houston returns with high spirits and low notes

Access Hollywood: Whitney Houston Rocks ‘Good Morning America’
MTV: Whitney Houston Is Fierce, Flaky On 'Good Morning America'

On Track for No.1...

Billboard: Whitney Houston's Comeback Headed To Top Billboard 200 Chart
September 02, 2009
Mariel Concepcion, N.Y.

Whitney Houston struggled with her voice during her much-hyped comeback performance on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday (Sept. 1). But, industry prognosticators are suggesting the soul music diva won't trip up on the charts next week.

Released on Aug. 31st, "I Look To You" -- Houston's first album in seven years -- is expected to sell upward of 200,000 copies, which should easily enable it to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. If this is the case, Miley Cyrus' "The Time of Our Lives" exclusive Wal-Mart EP, which entered at No. 3 with 62,000 copies sold this week, according to Nielsen Soundscan, will drop down a few slots below Houston's "You."

"Lives," which was originally due on August 31st like Houston's album, was pushed up three days last minute for an early release.

With return sales and chart entry like that, Houston won't need to apologize to her fans, although she did find herself asking for forgiveness from the 5,000 concert-goers at Central Park's Rumsey Playfield on Tuesday for overusing her famous pipes. "I'm sorry. I did 'Oprah.' I've been talking so long... I talked so much, my voice," she attempted to explain. "I shouldn't be talking, I should be singing," she said before breaking into "I'm Every Woman," the last of her three-song set.

Other tracks performed included "Million Dollar Bill" and the album's title track, during which Houston choked up.

Since the official announcement of the new album on June 4th, internet buzz on Houston, who'd made headlines the past few years for the lapse in her career, marriage to ex-husband Bobby Brown and alleged history of drug abuse, among other negative things, has increased. On July 3rd, when the track "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" leaked, chatter on Houston went up; on July 15th, when she held her first listening event in London, web chatter rose again; on July 24th, when the R. Kelly-penned title track was released, buzz jumped further; and then on July 29, when it was announced her album would arrive early, buzz on Houston improved yet again.

Houston isn't the only artist with an album that bowed on Aug. 31: this week also greeted new sets from the Used, Trey Songz, Pitbull, Chevelle and John Fogerty.

: 2 SEPTEMBER 2009

Good Morning America...

Exclusive teaser clip for Whitney Houston's Good Morning America performance due to air tomorrow!


Whitney Houston looking radiant in the New York sun during her GMA performance taped earlier today:


US based fans can buy the Freemasons Club Remix of 'Million Dollar Bill' on itunes now!

Whitney Houston Week on itunes (USA)...

: 1 SEPTEMBER 2009


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