Whitney Houston exploded on the music scene in 1985. Her self-titled album quickly became the best-selling debut by a female artist, her second album was the first by a female artist to debut at no.1 in the States, and when she had seven consecutive chart toppers on Billboard's Hot 100, she smashed a record set by the Beatles and the Bee Gees. Whitney's first film, The Bodyguard, grossed over $410 million, and the lead single from the soundtrack - a cover of Dolly Parton's I Will Always Love You - topped charts all over the world, and is one of the best-selling singles of all-time. Marriage, motherhood and difficult times followed, but Whitney made a successful comeback in 2009 when I Look To You, her first studio album for six years, debuted at no.1 in the States. Sadly, Whitney is no longer with us, but her music will live forever. This is the story of Whitney and her music... By the best-selling author of Michael Jackson: For The Record.
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