Did Whitney Houston Plan The Grandest Of Her Exits?
The world is in shock of loosing yet another music prodigy of modern times! It may be too soon to speak without being disrespectful to the departed, but whether the diva, famous for her sensational concert exits often with her signature piece “I will always love you” wished it to be or not, her death in reality has turned in to her grandest of exits!
According to reports her body was removed only around midnight from her hotel room. Has this giver her a chance to share an exceptional honour even in death? Whitney’s mother, Cissy Houston, spoke to her on the telephone half an hour before she died and Miss Houston was said to have been looking forward to the party.
“A surreal scene unfolded at the hotel as the party continued while Miss Houston's body remained in her room on the fourth floor, which was sealed off with yellow police tape.”
No one in history, except Julius Caesar, perhaps had his or her praise sung to the world and immortalized, while the soul which was separated from the body must have been looking down on it and smiling in greatest of joy at the fulfillment of the life just ended.
"Whitney Houston, simply put, had the greatest voice in the world. She was a gift of God. Hearing her sing was like listening to magic. If it wasn't for Clive Davis, the world may not have known about this miracle voice," Combs
It must sound cruel and uncaring to think of still holding a party when an invited has just departed, especially if it happened in the next room. But in the case of Whitney, who has been honored with six Grammy awards, it was not just a party she was supposed to attend that evening, it was her mentor and music producer Clive Davis's customary pre-Grammy party, typically one of the most fun-filled highlights of the week leading to the music industry's top awards ceremonyContinued on the next page