VIDEO: Whitney Houston At Her Best

She inspired a generation of pop stars and tonight, the greatest voice of all is now silent.

At the age of 48, Whitney Houston was found dead inside her hotel room at the Beverly Hilton Saturday. Details surrounding her death weren’t immediately known.

While the world mourns the loss of a true icon, it’s important to remember Whitney Houston at her best. Check out some of her most memorable performances  over the years.


It was voted one of Television’s Best Moments by Entertainment Weekly and it set the standard for all pop stars singing the Star Spangled Banner at any sporting event. Check out Whitney belt the National Anthem like it was just another day. It still gives me goosebumps.


She was barely in her 20’s and already earning the respect – and a standing ovation – from her peers at the 1988 Grammy Awards. Whitney sings “One Moment In Time” at the Grammy’s.

 

Another Grammy Awards performance that secured her place on the A-list of music was in 1986 when she performed “The Greatest Love Of All” where she dazzled the crowd of industry titans.

 

Although she sang about having nothing, it was clear in 1994 during a live performance of “I Have Nothing” in South Africa, Whitney Houston had something.

 

UNCOVERED AUDIO TRACK: Check out this unbelievable track that was posted on Twitter just moments after Whitney’s death. It’s an isolated track recording of her smash hit “How Will I Know.” It really showcases how insane her voice was at its peak.

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Author:Andrew Ramos

I'm a reporter in New York. I talk to people. We have a blast.

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