Whitney Houston died - level 3, A12

Whitney Houston died - level 3, A12

13-02-2012 23:00

Whitney Houston started to sing with her mother when she was very young. Her mother was a vocalist of Elvis Presley. As a teenager Whitney sang in nightclubs in New York along with her mother. A music agent saw her on stage and he helped her to start her career. Her debut album was a huge success and she became famous in the US.

In 1992, she played her biggest role in a film. It was in the Bodyguard with Kevin Costner and at that time the whole world knew her.

However, from that moment her life slowly started to take a new direction. She was famous, she was rich and she also started to use drugs. The situation was getting worse, her husband started to beat her, she was late for her interviews and her career was going down. In 2006, she separated from her husband and later had a great success with the song “I Look to You.” Whitney Houston died at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in the bathroom on 11th February 2012.

Written by Danny for News in Levels

Interesting words: vocalist, debut.

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