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Remembering Whitney Houston 5 Years Later

It has been five years since Whitney Houston passed and Twitter is remembering her legacy.

Today marks the five-year anniversary of the shocking death of superstar singer Whitney Houston.


From her stellar vocals and killer style to her acting chops, there’s no question Whitney Houston will have an everlasting influence on pop culture.

Her timeless dance songs like “I’m Every Woman” and “How Will I Know” will force most people to hit the dance floor, while the more sultry classics like “I Will Always Love You” and “I Have Nothing” can bring you to tears.

Whitney Houston‘s outstanding voice — which won her a total of seven Grammy awards and also grabbed her 18 other nominations — is probably what people remember most.
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