01:39 AM EDT 10/17/2013
Originally posted 10/08/2013 04:00PM
Two years before Diane Keaton charmed audiences in Annie Hall, she posed for photographer Norman Seeff.
But Seeff says Keaton's off-camera persona matched up with what she portrayed on-screen.
"You know when you see Diane in a movie and there’s this kind of personality, this bright-eyed innocence? When I worked with her, there was this same feeling, but underneath the innocence was such a smart woman. She had the wonderful ability to just be herself. She flowed from one thing to the other, so I just kept pace with her. It was a jewel of a session," he told Vanity Fair of photographing the actress.
Originally posted 07/10/2013 02:00PM
This time it's for real.
Bobbi Kristina Brown is engaged to Nick Gordon, more than a year after her rep denied rumors the pair was set to tie the knot.
But Whitney Houston's 23-year-old daughter wants to make one thing known: She's not keeping it all in the family.
Originally posted 05/13/2013 03:00PM
Where do broken hearts go? They better not go to the airport.
An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles International to New York's John F Kennedy Airport was forced to make an emergency landing in Kansas City Friday after an unidentified woman refused to stop singing Whitney Houston songs.
Local Missouri station KCTV 5 broadcast one passenger's stealth video showing authorities escorting the would-be crooner off the plane as she was still wailing Houston's iconic cover of Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You."
Originally posted 03/20/2013 03:15PM
It's time for Bobby Brown to face the music for his DUI conviction.
Whitney Houston's ex was handcuffed and led out of Los Angeles court to jail Wednesday to begin his 55-day sentence for an October arrest in Studio City, Calif.
But the soul singer may only serve only nine days because of jail overcrowding and time off for good behavior, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore tells the Los Angeles Times.
Originally posted 02/11/2013 06:00AM
Find out what's happened to Bobby Brown, Cissy Houston, Bobbi Kristina Brown and more key players in the legend's life since her passing
Originally posted 02/08/2013 07:55AM
As the music community mourns Whitney Houston one year after her death at 48, her mentor and confidante, Clive Davis is "feeling keenly the loss" of the superstar, he told PEOPLE on Thursday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Gearing up for his annual pre-Grammy gala that centered last year on Houston's memorial, Davis, 80, says at Saturday's big event, he is "going to do something to remind everybody that her talent lived among us and in so many people."
On the same night as his event, a special is airing on CBS, dedicated to the fallen diva.
Originally posted 02/06/2013 06:30PM
Whitney Houston's music will live on forever – and now, she'll be immortalized in another medium as well.
Madame Tussauds is remembering the legendary singer who died last year with not one, but four separate wax figures.
"We were extremely honored when Madame Tussauds approached us about doing four figures of Whitney from different points in her 30-year career," Houston's manager and sister-in-law Pat Houston said in a statement on behalf of the family. "This is something we are excited to do for the fans."
Originally posted 02/01/2013 03:55AM
From Beyoncé's opening to Whitney's heart-stopping high note, watch the biggest musicians in the world tackle "The Star-Spangled Banner"
Originally posted 01/24/2013 06:10PM
As the one-year anniversary approaches of her daughter Whitney Houston's death on Feb. 11, 2012, Cissy Houston reveals for the first time how difficult it's been for her granddaughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown.
"She's not handling it good," says the matriarch. "None of us are."
"Of course I worry about her," adds Houston. "Bobbi Kristina is 19, and if you know anything about a 19-year-old, they think they know it all. It doesn't mean that she is going to follow her [mother's] same path. She could but anybody could. I don't want to jinx her. I'm trying to make sure she doesn't."
Originally posted 01/23/2013 05:00PM
Nearly one year after Whitney Houston's shocking death, her mom Cissy Houston often asks herself: "Could I have saved her somehow?"
In a revealing new memoir, Remembering Whitney (Harper Collins), Cissy, 79, writes candidly about her daughter's severe drug problems and the downward spiral that led to her death by drowning in a hotel bathtub with traces of cocaine still in her system.
"She started partying and she didn't really know how to stop," says Cissy. "I used to wonder what she was doing at night, where she was."
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