Daily Mail: Skintight dress leaves singer Whitney Houston suffering from
a severe case of pot belly
With the terrible mauling
she received from fans and critics alike after her disastrous UK tour,
Whitney Houston might have bee expected to disappear for a while.
Unfortunately, her choice of dress, a very snug-fitting white dress, only served to highlight how she's filled out with age and unhealthy living.
Sadly, it accentuated her pot belly as she sang her hits to the gathered audience at the exclusive five-star hotel in the French Riviera.
Miss Houston has just
finished her tour of the UK, finishing up in London at the weekend, where
she was performing at the O2 arena in Greenwich.
Andrew McManus explained:
'God bless her, I canít tell her not to. She said, "If the good Lord wants
me to be attacked and ridiculed thatís the road I have to go down".'
One Daily Mail fan commented: 'I went last night with my sis in law and we both were feeling rather emotional seeing her struggle on stage. We love her and her music so much we tried to shout out to her encouraging her to sing on. It is hard to watch, I could see many people leaving with disappointment on their faces, she needs to find a new direction.'
Another fan said: 'I'd been looking forward to it for months but when Whitney came on stage she was a shadow of her former self and just couldn't hit the notes. It's clear the drug abuse has taken its toll and I don't think she'll ever be the same again.'
Whitney tried to explain away her disappointing appearance by blaming theair-conditioning in the arena. During the show, she was alleged to have told the crowd: 'She doesn't want to come, my soprano friend.
'Sometimes the old girl
sings, but not tonight. I want to do it, but she doesn't want to ... She's
getting a little temperamental.' She the signalled to organisers to
help her out, saying: 'Turn the air-con off. I can feel it. It takes away my
27 APRIL 2010
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