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Famous People Who Died Too Soon

March 9, 2012 by staff 

Famous People Who Died Too Soon, Bobbi Kristina shared some very personal moments of her and her mother with her followers on twitter. Pictures of dinner with Bobby Brown, her mother Cissy and more.
“I’m not a person who wants to die, I am a person who has life and wants to live,” Whitney once said. The passing of the legendary and regal Whitney Houston left a dark cloud hanging over the biggest weekend in music. We have come to realize that we are so sick of adorning ourselves in black for back-toback funerals. The sudden losses of greats like Heavy D, Etta James, Don Cornelius and now Whitney Houston have left most of our hearts heavy.

Tony Bennett recently sounded off in efforts to legalize drugs. “First it was Michael Jackson, then Amy Winehouse, now the magnificent Whitney Houston. . . I’d like every person in this room to campaign to legalize drugs,” says Bennett.

We have romanticized the music industry to be something that glitters, not knowing that, it is the people at the top that suffer the worst. Unfortunately, in spite of tragedy the oft-quoted famous line “the show must go on,” is the appropriate title to summarize this past weekend. Despite the fact that we lost one of the greatest voices the world may ever hear on Saturday afternoon (Feb 11) the show still went on.

Whitney Elizabeth Houston was pronounced dead at approximately 3:55 p.m. inside a Beverly Hills hotel room, hours before Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy party, which took place in the same location. CNN confirmed that Whitney’s remains were still on the 4th floor of the Hilton hotel while the Clive Davis’ event was underway. This may sound cold that Davis continued as scheduled but he had a reason “Whitney would have wanted the music to go on and her family asked that we carry on.”

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