The film will premiere on Lifetime Jan. 17.
TMZ has at least corroborated that she was working at the morgue at the time of Houston’s death on Feb. 12, 2012.
Whitney Houston’s mom has made it clear she’s not interested in Lifetime’s upcoming biopic about her daughter, but the actor playing Bobby Brown in the film has come to the movie’s defense saying he feels that the movie honors her memory.
Maybe you can feel it in the cosmic energy surrounding us, but Mercury is no longer in retrograde and Jupiter is probably not currently aligned with Mars.
A longtime fan showed that he really will always love Whitney Houston by purchasing the late singer’s New Jersey mansion for over a million dollars.
The film, set to air on Lifetime in 2015, will be directed by actress Angela Bassett, who will be making her directorial debut.
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