Softpedia: Whitney Houston Disappoints
London Fans with Poor Performance
The European leg of Whitney Houston’s much-anticipated tour is not going as well as fans and her management might have expected, what with lukewarm reviews and a few dates being pushed back because of a respiratory infection already. Over the weekend, the diva performed live at London’s O2 Arena and that too went rather bad, as People magazine informs, citing reports in the British media.
Ever since Whitney took her show on the road to promote her latest album, “I Look to You,” much has been written about her closing number, her incredibly popular “I Will Always Love You” powerhouse ballad. There’s no denying that the singer no longer has the same vocal range that she had, say, ten years ago and fans know that when they buy tickets to see her perform live. However, few are prepared to see her falter several times until she gets it not right, but in an acceptable manner, the report says.
“Whitney Houston may have performed her megahit ‘I Will
Always Love You’ at her sold-out London concert on Sunday – but apparently
scores of her fans didn’t share the sentiment. Despite paying up to $170 a
ticket, disappointed concertgoers streamed out of the singer’s show at the
O2 Arena after Houston failed to hit the high notes and she rasped her way
through several attempts at the song. To her credit, the singer, 46, knew
she was disappointing the crowd, and she shook her head and tried to
reassure the audience,” People says.
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