Whitney has “found her way home”; Grammy pays tribute; Adele's triumph

“Where do broken hearts go, can they find their way home, back to the open arms of a love that's waiting there. And if somebody loves you-won't they always love you. . ." – This familiar line was taken from the late Whitney Houston’s famous song, ‘Where Do Broken Hearts Go.”
Just one night before she passed away at the age of 48, Whitney Houston took to the stage to sing "Yes, Jesus Loves Me" at the Kelly Price & Friends pre-Grammy concert on February 10th. The cause of her death was not immediately known, and details are still emerging at this time. 

Mariah Carey with Whitney Houston hugging each other during Elton John's AIDS Foundation Party in 1999
Singing superstar Maria Carey said in one of her tweets, “She will never be forgotten as one of the greatest voices to ever grace the earth.” 

While Kelly Rowland described Houston as a "hero" who impacted "not just the music industry but the world."

Jennifer Hudson’s slated to do a song number she performed the late singer’s cover of Dolly Parton’s song on a simple black stage and became visibly emotional during the performance. The late singer presented Hudson with her first Grammy in 2008, and Hudson admitted that meeting Houston, who she said inspired her career, “almost overshadowed getting the Grammy.” 

Meanwhile, LL Cool J has led a prayer for Whitney. The Grammy host began the award show with a prayer dedicated to Whitney Houston:
"Heavenly father, we thank you for sharing our sister Whitney with us. Today, our thoughts are with her mother, her daughter, and all of her loved ones, and although she's gone too soon, we remain truly blessed to have been blessed by her beautiful spirit."
The broadcast then aired a clip of Houston performing "I Will Always Love You."
"Whitney," LL then said, "We will always love you."

Adele was very triumphant that night, she returned to the 2012 Grammy on Sunday, belting out her soulful hit “Rolling In The Deep.” The singer underwent a throat surgery which her fans worried that it might affect her unique voice. Kudos to Adele, they have nothing to worry about basing from her performance last Sunday, she was nominated for six awards. At the time of her performance, she has already won four awards (Best Short Form Music Video, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Vocal Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album for “21”).

The people in the Grammy were all clapping throughout her performance, while the singer has her spirits and energy on-high most especially when she received a standing ovation after she finished. In one of her acceptance speeches, the singer emotionally claimed, "I have to thank my doctors for bringing my voice back.”
In an interview featured in the March issue of Vogue magazine, the 23-year-old says people think she's "miserable" because of her songs like "Someone like you" and "Rolling in the Deep." She also finds people are "surprised" when they meet her because she's not melancholy like her music. In fact, the singer vows to "never" write a breakup record again and adds she's "done being a bitter witch."
Adele has a lot to be happy about. She won six Grammy awards, including record and album of the year. "21" was 2011's best-selling album.

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