Whitney Houston was never ready for fame, says new documentary

June 16, 2017 LONDON (Reuters) – Before the millions of record sales, hundreds of awards and international acclaim, Whitney Houston was simply “Nippy from Newark”, a naive young girl, ill prepared for fame. A new documentary, titled “Can I Be Me”, looks at how Houston, who graduated from child performer to become one of the most-famous female singers of all time, subsequently struggled with drug and alcohol issues before her death in 2012. “She didn’t know what she was going into, she was so beautiful and you can see she…

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