Showing posts from July, 2014

Listen! Deborah Cox Sings 'I Will Always Love You' For Whitney Houston Movie

Earlier this week, it was reported that R&B powerhouse Deborah Cox would be supplying the singing vocals for actress YaYa DaCosta’s role as Whitney Houston in the highly-anticipated upcoming Lifetime film set for 2015. Upon that announcement, the common consensus was that Cox is a great choice, and now we can hear what onscreen Whitney will sound like on stage!

Lifetime Movie: Whitney Houston's Singing Voice Will Be Performed By Who?

惠媽傳記電視電影,惠媽經典金曲幕後代唱敲定由和惠媽同門且合唱過的Deborah Cox擔綱。

Lifetime's upcoming Whitney Houston movie can't come any sooner. And I'm more than happy to report that the production will feature some of the late singing legend's music.

‘Whitney’ features role of a lifetime

目前尚不知會不會成為一場鬧劇的惠媽傳記電視電影,劇中重要卡司Bobby Brown的角色,將由男星Arlen Escarpeta擔綱演出。

Here’s your first look at Yaya DaCosta and Arlen Escarpata, who will portray tragic songstress Whitney Houston and ex-husband Bobby Brown in Lifetime’s Houston biopic, tentatively titled “Whitney.”

First look: Yaya DaCosta as Whitney Houston in Lifetime's biopic

Lifetime’s early-2015 biopic Whitney Houston (working title)—directed by the singer’s Waiting to Exhale costar Angela Bassett and starring ­former America’s Next Top Modelcontestant Yaya DaCosta—just began shooting. But DaCosta has already re-created the iconic cover of the pop diva’s 1987 Whitney album. And her ­modeling background came in handy for the quick shoot. Laughs the star, “I just looked at the picture and did the pose!” Somewhere Tyra is smizing proudly.

惠媽傳記電視電影主角Yaya DaCosta,首張曝光宣傳照釋出!該張照片拷貝惠媽1987第2張專輯【Whitney】封面照,看過之後,我的感想是:為什麼要這樣毀了我的惠妮~

9 Unforgettable “Star-Spangled Banner” Performances

Songs can take on a variety of moods depending on how they’re performed, and that extends even to the most august of tunes, our national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Many would be surprised to know that the melody dates back to 18th-century London, where it was originally composed for a gentleman’s club of amateur musicians. It became popular both there and, ultimately, across the pond, where it was sung with a wide spectrum of lyrics.