Entertainment Whitney Houston Takes a Dig at Paula Abdul's Singing Abilities in New Documentary

20:15  16 may  2018
20:15  16 may  2018 Source:   etonline.com

Cannes doc: Whitney Houston was molested by Dee Dee Warwick

  Cannes doc: Whitney Houston was molested by Dee Dee Warwick Friends of Whitney Houston allege the singer was molested as a child by her cousin Dee Dee Warwick in a documentary that premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Houston's longtime assistant Mary Jones tells filmmaker Kevin Macdonald that the late singer told her that Warwick, the sister of Dionne Warwick, molested her at a young age. Houston's brother Gary Garland-Houston also says he was molested between the ages of seven and nine by a female family member, and says his sister was abused too.

44 Run to You - Whitney Houston . Fantastic Song It Blew My Mind. 45 Rush Rush - Paula Abdul . This is one of celine' s many GREATEST songs! Her vocal ability is just breath- taking .

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Whitney Houston smiling for the camera © Getty Images

The late Whitney Houston doesn't appear to have been a fan of Paula Abdul.

A new trailer for the upcoming documentary on the legendary singer titled Whitney was released on Wednesday, featuring intimate home footage of Houston with her loved ones. The film is the first to be officially sanctioned by the singer’s estate, and includes several never-before-seen moments of Houston -- including home movies, unreleased recordings and interviews with those closest to her -- to provide additional insight into the life of the beloved artist. 

At one point in the trailer, Houston doesn't hold back on her thoughts on Abdul, who rose to fame in the late '80s with hits like "Forever Your Girl," "Straight Up" and "Cold Hearted." 

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Cissy was surrounded by gays while working in New York. The concert footage of Bobby taking the stage (at one of Whitney ' s concerts) and " singing " was just embarrassing to watch. [quote] Paula Abdul had massive success for a time as well. She might be the nadir of that time.

Whitney Houston ’ s life is to be made into an official documentary , it has been revealed. MORE: Whitney Houston To Become Hologram. “She changed the way pop music was sung – bringing it back full circle to its blue and gospel roots.

“One thing, Paula Abdul ain’t sh**,” Houston says. “That girl is singing off-key on the record.”

The trailer also touches on her relationships with her best friend, Robyn Crawford, as well as her ex-husband, Bobby Brown, addressing rumors head-on.Whitney hits theaters on July 6.

This isn't the first time the singer has been the subject of a documentary. Last August, Showtime released Whitney: Can I Be Me, which also chronicled Houston's incredible talent, rise to fame and subsequent struggles.

Houston was found unconscious in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in 2012, and her death was ruled as an accidental drowning, with heart disease and cocaine as contributors. She was 48 years old.

Watch another trailer for Whitney below: 


Whitney Houston Was Haunted by Molestation and Asked 'Did I Do Something to Make Her Think I Wanted Her?' .
Whitney Houston‘s childhood was marked by sexual abuse that haunted her into adulthood, her family and friends have alleged. In the upcoming documentary Whitney, her brother Gary and longtime assistant Mary Jones open up about the heartbreak she felt, years after she was allegedly molested by her older cousin Dee Dee Warwick. “She used to say, ‘I wonder if I did something to make her think I wanted her?” recalls Jones in an emotional interview with the film’s director Kevin Macdonald, about Houston opening up to her about the abuse. But Jones would tell her not to think that way, saying, “Stop. A predator is a predator.” RELATED: Kanye West Spent $85,000 on Photo of Whitney Houston’s Drug-Covered Bathroom for Pusha T’s Album Warwick, also a singer and the sister of Dionne Warwick, died in 2008. When the Houston kids were growing up she’d often babysit them in and around their Newark, New Jersey, hometown while their mother Cissy Houston traveled as a backup singer. “[There were] four, five different families who took care of us,” Houston’s brother Gary, who claims he was also abused by Warwick, recalls of that time. And Houston once told Jones, “Mommy don’t know the things we went through.'” RELATED: Whitney Houston Was Sexually Abused by Her Cousin, Singer Dee Dee Warwick, New Documentary Claims By all accounts that pain remained with Houston throughout her amazing, troubled life. The “I Will Always Love You” icon traversed the heights of fame and the depths of despair.

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