There are five words that will always tie country singer Dolly Parton to the late Whitney Houston -- "I Will Always Love You."
In an exclusive interview, Dolly told "Extra" of Houston's passing, "It just hit me how connected we will always be, and how that song meant so much to both of us for different reasons."
Recent reports have suggested that superstar Rihanna wants to play Whitney Houston in a possible biopic of the late singer, but daughter Bobbi Kristina has reportedly stepped up to say that there's only one person who can play that role -- her, reports TMZ.
When Whitney Houston's final autopsy was released late Wednesday, delineating the use of cocaine and prescription drugs used by the superstar, her mother Cissy Houston broke down, reports TMZ.
Friends of the the late singer's mother say she was "inconsolable" and "devastated" that people might now remember her daughter as a druggie, and not as a talented singer and family woman.
The final report on Whitney Houston's death has been released - and it gives an even more extensive picture of how the pop icon died and what was found at the death scene
As the L.A. County Department of Coroner previously announced, Houston accidentally drowned on February 11 "due to, or as a consequence of" the effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine use.
Watch Whitney Houston in the feature film "Sparkle," her last big-screen performance.
The late pop icon plays the mother to three sisters, who form a successful singing group in the 1960s, but eventually fall apart over fame and drugs. The musical drama also stars Jordin Sparks, Mike Epps and Derek Luke.
Whitney Houston's mother, Cissy Houston, spoke Thursday with Brenda Blackmon from My9 "10'Clock News" in New Jersey -- the grieving mother's first exclusive interview since the tragic death of her daughter in February.
Blackmon sat down with Cissy at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey, where Whitney Houston's funeral was held, and talked about the way the media has handled Whitney's death.