Mariah pays tribute to Whitney Houston with new video
Mariah Carey has paid tribute to her friend Whitney Houston in a new music video. The singer
- who famously recorded the duet "When You Believe" with Houston - was among the many stars
in attendance at her funeral service on Saturday (February 18) at New Hope Baptist Church in
Carey has now compiled highlights of her favourite memories of Houston on her official YouTube
page. The specially-produced video includes clips from their "When You Believe" music video
as well as pictures of the two stars together at awards shows and red carpet events. Carey
also posted the video remembrance on her Twitter, writing: "Whitney, my friend, I love you,
I miss you. Your legend lives on forever."
The two stars were admitted rivals as their careers took off in the early 1990s, but later
became friends when they recorded "When You Believe" for the 1998 film The Prince of Egypt.
"When You Believe" reached the top five of the UK chart and also hit the top 20 in the US.
Carey was among the many stars who blogged about Houston in the hours after her death on
February 11. She tweeted at the time: "Heartbroken and in tears over the shocking death of
my friend, the incomparable Ms. Whitney Houston. My heartfelt condolences to Whitney's family
and to all her millions of fans throughout the world. She will never be forgotten as one of
the greatest voices to ever grace the earth."
Wednesday 22 February 2012
Damizza / Michael Jackson with Mariah (53,736)
by Mimi L. from
Damizza is so delusional at this point. Although he didn't say anything that would paint MC in a bad light, if he really was a good friend, he would have just kept his mouth shut. I hope people notice the good things in the article though about how Mariah did not put in the crazy "don't look at her, don't talk to her" clause in the contract. Anyway... read more (Sunday 24 May 2015; 8:54)
by Mimi L. from
Since the Sunday show is the last show of the first leg of the residency, I hope Mariah does some promo work for the new single and album. Every time she appears on TV, the song and the album starts climbing the charts so it definitely has potential. I do want her to get some family time, but just saying, that she'll be free for a month so maybe sh... read more (Sunday 24 May 2015; 8:47)
That Damizza article from the Daily Mail (53,734)
by Reuben Walton from United States
"Mariah Carey with Damizza (second left) and Al Gore (centre). Mariah initially approached Damizza in 1997, wanting him to help her with her fading career." Are they out of their effing minds? In what universe was Mariah Carey's career considered to be "fading" in 1997? (Sunday 24 May 2015; 8:29)
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