We were all saddened by the news that Whitney Houston tragically passed away at the weekend. The stars paid tribute to Whitney when they found out about her tragic early death. One of the most moving celebrations of Whitney’s epic talents was Jennifer Hudson’s performance of I Will Always Love You at the Grammies. If you missed the performance, watch the video below.
The song, written by Dolly Parton catapulted Whitney to world-wide mega stardom when it was featured on the soundtrack to The Body Guard.
At her last Grammys appearance in 2009, Whitney Houston presented Jennifer with the prize for Best R&B Album, the pair remained close. Jennifer later paid tribute to Whitney at the BET Honours show in 2010, which celebrated her 25 years in show business.
Tom Jones belted out Thunderball at the Baftas and now he thinks that Adele should step up and sing the next bond theme.
He told the Sun, "I was 22 when I did the Thunderball song and it changed my career and was a huge honour. "Not that she needs it but Adele would be the perfect choice for doing Skyfall."
We think this would be an amazing idea, can someone sign her up now please? Adele’s already had a pretty good week, she picked up six, yes SIX awards at the Grammies last night, including Song of the Year, and did her first performance in months after throat surgery threatened to end her career.
JLS is have been in talks to work with Rihnna on a track for ages but it turns out that the delays are due to them all wanting to find the perfect song.
Marvin Humes told BANG Showbiz: "Right now our dream collaboration would be Rihanna. Obviously we've worked with some amazing people, Dev and Tinie Tempah, which was amazing but the one person we all want to work with at the moment is Rihanna. "
Oritse Williams added: "There's been rumours about us and Rihanna for a while and we both really want to work together but it's just a matter of finding the right song. On both sides we really want to do it but if we do this collaboration we want it to be spectacular so until we find that song we can't do anything but watch this space."
We are prepared to wait a little longer for this, but not much. Come on lads, sort it out.