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    American Music Awards

    American Music Awards 2011 - Full List of Nominees

    Voting is now open online.

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    Artist of the Year

    Adele
    Lady GaGa
    Lil Wayne
    Katy Perry
    Taylor Swift

    Favorite Male Artist In Pop/Rock

    Justin Bieber
    Pitbull
    Bruno Mars

    Favorite Female Artist in Pop/Rock
    *
    Adele
    Lady GaGa
    Katy Perry

    Favorite Band, Duo or Group in Pop/Rock
    *
    LMFAO
    Maroon 5
    OneRepublic

    Favorite Album in Pop/Rock

    *
    Adele -*21
    Lady GaGa -*Born This Way
    Rihanna -*Loud

    Favorite Country Male Artist
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    Jason Aldean
    Brad Paisley
    Blake Shelton*

    Favorite Country Female Artist
    *
    Sara Evans
    Miranda Lambert
    Taylor Swift*

    Favorite Band, Duo or Group in Country
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    The Band Perry
    Zac Brown Band
    Lady Antebellum

    Favorite Country Album
    *
    Jason Aldean -*My Kinda Party
    The Band Perry -*The Band Perry*
    Taylor Swift -*Speak Now

    Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Artist
    *
    Lil Wayne
    Nicki Minaj
    Kanye West*


    Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album
    *
    Jay-Z and Kanye West -*The Throne
    Lil Wayne -*Tha Carter IV
    Nicki Minaj -*Pink Friday*


    Favorite Male Artist in Soul/Rhythm/Blues

    *
    Chris Brown
    Trey Songz
    Usher

    Favorite Female Artist in Soul/Rhythm/Blues
    *
    Beyonce
    Rihanna
    Kelly Rowland

    Favorite Album in Soul/Rhythm/Blues

    *
    Beyonce -*4
    Chris Brown -*F.A.M.E.
    Rihanna -*Loud

    Favorite Alternative/Rock Artist

    *
    The Black Keys
    Foo Fighters
    Mumford and Sons

    Favorite Artist in Adult Contemporary
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    Adele
    Bruno Mars
    Katy Perry

    Favorite Artist in Latin Music
    *
    Enrique Iglesias
    Jennifer Lopez
    Pitbull

    Favorite Contemporary Inspirational Artist
    *
    Casting Crowns
    Tobymac
    Third Day


    Sprint New Artist of the Year in Pop/Rock
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    Foster the People
    Hot Chelle Rae

    Sprint New Artist of the Year in Country
    *
    The Band Perry
    Thompson Square

    Sprint New Artist of the Year in Soul/R&B
    *
    Marsha Ambrosius
    Miguel*

    Sprint New Artist of the Year in Rap/Hip-Hop
    *
    LMFAO
    Wiz Khalifa

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    Let's Go Taylor!!!!! Woooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrbrightside976 View Post
    Let's Go Taylor!!!!! Woooo
    Anyone but...

    Besides this is Adele's year.

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    Rock bands Daughtry and Hot Chelle Rae have been added to the lineup for the 29th annual American Music Awards (the latter will play the official pre-show).

    They join previously announced performers Katy Perry, Maroon 5 with Christina Aguilera, Justin Bieber, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson, Pitbull, Marc Anthony, Chris Brown and LMFAO. Nicki Minaj and David Guetta are slated to open the show.

    The host-free event will be broadcast live from Los Angeles' Nokia Theater on Sunday, Nov. 20. on ABC. Among the nominees: Adele, who's up for four awards including Artist of the Year and Favorite Album; Perry, Lady Gaga, Lil Wayne, Rihanna, The Band Perry and Taylor Swift each collected three nods.

    Pitbull and Minaj, who announced the nominations together Oct. 11, each earned two nods, as did Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Brown, LMFAO, Kanye West and Jason Aldean.

    Presenters scheduled to appear include Queen Latifah, Joe Jonas and Jenny McCarthy. Avril Lavigne and Benjamin Bratt will also hand out trophies, THR can reveal.

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    Divas in Decline

    Sad...

    Of course they saved the biggest decline for last

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QdoyuPO8Ug[/ame]

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    Taylor Swift winning all those awards is exactly why I don't watch these awards shows anymore. If there is a performance I want to see, I'll watch it on youtube or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Taylor Swift winning all those awards is exactly why I don't watch these awards shows anymore. If there is a performance I want to see, I'll watch it on youtube or something.
    I know that Divas in Decline, Taylor Swift even winning one award and JHo's performance are sad, but, Mary J. Bliege's performance and Adele's THREE wins make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post
    Divas in Decline

    Sad...

    Of course they saved the biggest decline for last

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    You rang?

    Whitney Houston's Historical AMA Wins and Performances

    Published on November 21st, 2011



    The 38th Annual American Music Awards airs tonight at 8pm, and in celebration of the show, we’ve decided to pay tribute to the female recording artist with the highest number of AMA’s, the legendary and iconic, Whitney Houston.

    When Whitney Houston first burst onto the scene in the mid 80s, she was the pinnacle of musical perfection. Model-esque looks, catchy songs, style, poise, undeniable stage presence and most importantly, a voice with limitless potential. Success surely followed, as Houston eventually sold more than 175 million albums, broke #1 records set by the Beatles and Elvis, earned more than $500 million worldwide at the Box Office, influenced a generation of singers and became one of the most respected and revered artist in history.



    Whitney Houston has amassed 22 American Music Awards, including the prestigious Award of Merit in 1994 and the International Award in 2009. She is third overall behind Michael Jackson, with 26 and Alamaba with 23. Houston is also overall the most awarded female artist in music history according to the Guinness World Records.

    Whitney’s voice is truly a gift and with it she has touched the hearts and souls of millions worldwide. Let us celebrate Ms. Houston, not only for all that she has given to the music industry, and her sacrifice, but how she has personally impacted our lives.

    Often times when we go through certain trials and tribulations, our accomplishments are forgotten and we are judged according to our failures. People are quick to write you off and challenge your character. Celebrities are no different and these days, with us losing our legends at a rapid pace, we should stop and pay homage to the true pioneers who paved the way and laid the foundation for others to walk across.



    Music would not be the same if not for Whitney Houston. She reached a new level of success for the female entertainer and broke down barriers with her music, making it easier for other African Americans and female pop artist in general to follow suit. Whitney deserves “nothin but love“, because that is what she has given and shown throughout her illustrious career. When all is said and done, Whitney will go down in history as arguably the greatest female vocalist of all time.



    We’ve compiled together as many of Whitney’s AMA moments as we could find including performances and acceptance speeches over her entire career. Watch them to be reminded what it means to be an true performer, and a diva and notice how each performance is completely live. Whitney does not lip-sync, and that is to be respected and commended.

    1986: Whitney’s first ever performance on the AMA’s of ”How Will I Know”




    1986: Whitney wins for “Best R&B/Soul single for “You Give Good Love”




    1986: Whitney wins for “Favorite R&B/ Soul Video with “You Give Good Love”




    1987: Whitney sings a flawless rendition of “All At Once” that leaves Diana Ross and the audience amazed. She then wins awards for “Favorite Soul/ R&B Video Single” with “Greatest Love Of All”, “Favorite Pop/Rock Album” and “Favorite Soul/ R&B” album




    1989: Whitney performs “Where Do Broken Hearts Go”




    1989: Whitney wins over Sade and Natalie Cole for “Best R&B Female” and also wins “Best Female Pop/Rock” against Tracey Chapman and Debbie Gibson


    1989: In Whitney’s second performance, she is joined on stage by Mother Cissy Houston and brother Gary Houston to sing “Wonderful Counselor”




    1992: Whitney performs a remix medley of “I’m Your Baby Tonight/My Name Is Not Susan/ Who Do You Love”


    1994: Whitney receives 2 standing ovations in 1 performance as she sings a show stopping medley of “I Love Your Porgy/ And I Am Telling You/ I Have Nothing”




    1994: Whitney receives the Award of Merit from legend Stevie Wonder and gives a very emotional tear-filled speech




    1994: Whitney nearly swept the AMA’s this year with 8 total. Here she is winning “Best Soul/ R&B single” for #1 single “I Will Always Love You” and brings baby Bobbi Kris on stage in a very cute moment.




    1999: Whitney performs a rousing medley of “Until You Come Back” and “My Love Is Your Love” featuring Wyclef Jean, which gets the crowd on their feet.




    2009: Whitney performs a triumphant and heartfelt version of “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength” and accepts the International Artist Award




    Whitney’s wins at the AMA’s

    1986

    Favorite Soul/R&B Single: “You Give Good Love”

    Favorite Soul/R&B Video: “Saving All My Love for You”

    1987

    Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist

    Favorite Pop/Rock Album (Whitney Houston)

    Favorite Soul/R&B Album (Whitney Houston)

    Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist

    Favorite Soul/R&B Video (“Greatest Love of All”)

    1988

    Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist

    Favorite Pop/Rock Single (“I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)”)

    1989

    Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist

    Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist

    1994

    Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist

    Favorite Pop/Rock Single (“I Will Always Love You”)

    Favorite Pop/Rock Album (The Bodyguard)

    Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist

    Favorite Soul/R&B Single (“I Will Always Love You”)

    Favorite Soul/R&B Album (The Bodyguard)

    Favorite Adult Contemporary Album (The Bodyguard)

    Award of Merit

    1997

    Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist

    Favorite Soundtrack Album (Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album)

    2001

    Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist

    2009

    International Artist Award

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    Not a Chris Brown fan, but he was looking kinda right last night. His performance wasn't bad, either. Thought LMFAO had the best performance of the night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyKev View Post
    You rang?

    Whitney Houston's Historical AMA Wins and Performances

    Published on November 21st, 2011


    Until she proves otherwise, she's a has been

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    [QUOTE=SexyKev;7660921]You rang?

    Thanks for proving my point once again

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    Quote Originally Posted by M10000 View Post
    Until she proves otherwise, she's a has been
    SexyKevTauren79 just doesn't get it. This thread is about the AMA 2011, but like the ever delusional fan(atic), livingin the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M10000 View Post
    Until she proves otherwise, she's a has been
    She can be that. She still holds all her records, she still has the most AMA awards won by a female artist, she's still the most-awarded female singer of all time and is cited in the Guinness Book of World Records for that and her other accomplishments, her last most recent album still debuted at #1 on top of the Billboard chart and has currently sold over 3 million copies worldwide to date and is still selling, her last tour despite all the negative response in the media was still one of the top highest grossing tours of 2010, she still grabs ALL the headlines and makes front page news on CNN, FOX, MSNBC, People Magazine and all the rest of the leading news outlets (for good OR bad reasons), grabbing all the attention & sparking most people's interest even 30 years deep into her career after people have supposedly "written her off" so many times and they're still here for her giving her the most highest rated interviews and albums -- so I highly doubt SHE actually cares about someone on a message board calling her a has been. People still turn out for her and give her countless chances, believing she will still get it together and give them the return they want from her. I'm sure SHE isn't worried one bit about being called a has been right now. She still gets a standing ovation every single time she comes out onto a stage. So has been is looking pretty damn good for her.

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    AMA 2011 Winners:


    POP or ROCK MUSIC

    Favorite Album*
    Adele - "21"

    Favorite Female Artist
    Adele

    Favorite Male Artist
    Bruno Mars

    Favorite Band, Duo or Group
    Maroon 5

    ADULT CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

    Favorite Artist
    Adele

    ARTIST OF THE YEAR
    Taylor Swift

    COUNTRY MUSIC

    Favorite Male Artist
    Blake Shelton
    Favorite Female Artist
    Taylor Swift
    Favorite Album*
    Taylor Swift - "Speak Now"
    Favorite Band, Duo or Group
    Lady Antebellum

    RAP/HIP-HOP MUSIC

    Favorite Artist
    Nicki Minaj
    Favorite Album
    Nicki Minaj - "Pink Friday"

    SOUL/RHYTHM & BLUES MUSIC

    Favorite Male Artist
    Usher
    Favorite Female Artist
    Beyonce
    Favorite Album
    Rihanna - "Loud"
    ALTERNATIVE ROCK MUSIC

    Favorite Artist
    Foo Fighters

    Sprint New Artist Of The Year
    Hot Chelle Rae
    LATIN MUSIC

    Favorite Artist
    Jennifer Lopez

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    That show was soooooooooo boring. LMFAO was the only performance to keep my attention. Where were all the celebrities, the camera keep panning on to Selena Gomez and her gal pal Taylor Swift. No Gaga, No Bey, I'm really surprised Rihanna wasn't there to promote her album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton98 View Post
    That show was soooooooooo boring. LMFAO was the only performance to keep my attention. Where were all the celebrities, the camera keep panning on to Selena Gomez and her gal pal Taylor Swift. No Gaga, No Bey, I'm really surprised Rihanna wasn't there to promote her album.
    LOL I actually thought this year was one of the better ones the AMA's have aired in recent times. I enjoyed J.Lo (really liked her performances and she SLAYED with that dress she had on when she accepted her award. Beautiful), Chris Brown, Kelly Clarkson, Drake and I though Nicki Minaj did "aight" with her performances. She racked up her awards last night and I LOL'd when she almost bust her ass TWO times. I don't know why Katy Perry got a standing O for that performance she gave...I thought that was odd that they decided to give HER a standing O when they weren't giving no one else one, but that's just me..lol. I think Chris got to perform because Rihanna wasn't able to attend. I'm sure they wouldn't have BOTH in the same building. And yes LMFAO ended the show right. Nice way to end a show.

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    The show was deplorable... but these awards shows have been on a steep decline. And I do like J Lo, but that was an ABSOLUTE disaster of a performance. I just wasn't impressed. Maybe next time they need to invite MicK Jagger like they did in the Grammy's... because apparently only a 67 year old can put the life back into these boring shows. I remember the grammys where he practically outdid all the younger artists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyKev View Post
    She can be that. She still holds all her records, she still has the most AMA awards won by a female artist, she's still the most-awarded female singer of all time and is cited in the Guinness Book of World Records for that and her other accomplishments, her last most recent album still debuted at #1 on top of the Billboard chart and has currently sold over 3 million copies worldwide to date and is still selling, her last tour despite all the negative response in the media was still one of the top highest grossing tours of 2010, she still grabs ALL the headlines and makes front page news on CNN, FOX, MSNBC, People Magazine and all the rest of the leading news outlets (for good OR bad reasons), grabbing all the attention & sparking most people's interest even 30 years deep into her career after people have supposedly "written her off" so many times and they're still here for her giving her the most highest rated interviews and albums -- so I highly doubt SHE actually cares about someone on a message board calling her a has been. People still turn out for her and give her countless chances, believing she will still get it together and give them the return they want from her. I'm sure SHE isn't worried one bit about being called a has been right now.
    She still gets a standing ovation every single time she comes out onto a
    stage. So has been is looking pretty damn good for her.
    And she's STILL irrelevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton98 View Post
    That show was soooooooooo boring. LMFAO was the only performance to keep my attention. Where were all the celebrities, the camera keep panning on to Selena Gomez and her gal pal Taylor Swift. No Gaga, No Bey, I'm really surprised Rihanna wasn't there to promote her album.
    The only performance that was any good was Mary J. Blige.

    LMFAO are a joke.

    JHo was hands down the worst performance of the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post
    And she's STILL irrelevant.
    But not irrelevant enough for you to still mention her/bring her up/take a dig or swype at her in almost every thread you post in.

    .....not irrelevant enough for you to still be responding to posts in her official thread TWO years later after she even last released anything.

    Relevant enough, though, to keep you still talking about her. How many years has it been now since you've been on Whitney's and my heels?

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    ^^^

    If SexyKevTaurean79 never posted on her there would be not need to mention her on here ever again.

    TRUST

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post
    ^^^

    If SexyKevTaurean79 never posted on her there would be not need to mention her on here ever again.

    TRUST
    That makes little difference, because she's mentioned and discussed HEAVILY on every other popular music site/message board/gossip site/entertainment blog. And trust -- she gets PLENTY responses & feedback with every post that's made about her.

    And if I hadn't posted in your Susan Boyle thread or even this here thread, they would be dead and lost among all the other threads. You had only TWO responses in this AMA thread before I came in and made it alive. You're welcome for me sparking life into each of them...and your other past threads that were/are on life support and/or failed miserably.


    Whitney Houston, Cee-Lo Green, Derek Luke, Jordin Sparks, Mike Epps to star in "Sparkle" Remake! - http://tinyurl.com/7drkhyb

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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyKev View Post
    That makes little difference, because she's mentioned and discussed HEAVILY on every other music site/message board/entertainment blog.

    And if I hadn't posted in your Susan Boyle thread or even this here thread, they would be dead. You're welcome for me sparking life into them.
    Your level of delusion still astounds me at times. Of course she's mentioned and discussed heavily on FAN sites like CW. That's what delusional people do. They get together and talk amongst themselves. ANYONE with a fan base, no matter how small has one nowadays.

    Not sure why you keep bring up Susan Boyle.

    As for bringing life into threads SexyKevTauren79 is the ONLY reason the WH is constantly being bumped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post
    Your level of delusion still astounds me at times. Of course she's mentioned and discussed heavily on FAN sites like CW. That's what delusional people do. They get together and talk amongst themselves. ANYONE with a fan base, no matter how small has one nowadays.

    Not sure why you keep bring up Susan Boyle.

    As for bringing life into threads SexyKevTauren79 is the ONLY reason the WH is constantly being bumped.
    I'm not talking about her FAN sites, dear. I'm talking about POPULAR entertainment/news sites with credibility - like CNN.com, PeopleMagazine.com, TheHuffingtonPost.com, all the popular gossip blogs that receive millions of traffic/visitors (Perez Hilton, Media Take Out, Towerload, ThatGrapeJuice, AfterElton, Pink Is The New Blog, Crunk and Disorderly, ect.)

    Whitney Houston is discussed on all them SITES THAT REALLY MATTER when it comes to what's "relevant" or not, the sites most people go to online for their news/gossip. Them sites that GET THE ATTENTION/EXPOSURE that matters. And Whitney Houston's news stories are ALWAYS reported and talked about on these aforementioned sites, as well as Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, Extra, ect. Now I love JUB, but JUB isn't being brought up or cited on any of these shows where millions are exposed to and tuning in for. And Whitney Houston is always TRENDING on Twitter, another popular site. She's always talked about everytime any one of her CLASSIC movies air on tv, or whenever she appears on tv. People tweet about her HEAVILY. People are talking/discussing her and checking for her. Maybe not so much here, but everywhere else where it matters. So, anybody's opinion/dislike for her on this site is, using one of your favs, pretty irrelevant.

    *BOOM*

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    WOW,

    You just don't get it, do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post


    WOW,

    You just don't get it, do you?
    With a pretty whack and weightless comeback like that, obviously you DO get it. And it's the very point made in my previous post that you DO get and left you with nothing else to say other than to brush me off.

    That's all I needed. You get it and can't fight the facts. The leading news/gossip sites and news shows on television obviously say Whitney Houston is still very much a big deal with all the news coverage/interviews/time slots they give her.

    Whitney Houston, Cee-Lo Green, Derek Luke, Jordin Sparks, Mike Epps to star in "Sparkle" Remake! - http://tinyurl.com/7drkhyb

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    WOW,

    You just don't get it, do you? STILL

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    You get it. Just like I do. ALL the leading and popular news sites are posting about Whitney, talking about Whitney, supporting Whitney, wishing Whitney and her next endeavers well. So while you are ragging on the official Whitney Houston thread here on JUB not getting much action, Whitney is being discussed on The Huffiington Post every other week or whenever new news breaks about her....and CNN is carrying a "Whitney's comeback to the big screen" story....and so is E! News and Fox news. With many comments on each new story that they report about her. With most of the readers getting excited for her return (again).

    You still don't get it?

    Whitney Houston, Cee-Lo Green, Derek Luke, Jordin Sparks, Mike Epps to star in "Sparkle" Remake! - http://tinyurl.com/7drkhyb

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    Whitney's so "irrelevant", yet all the important/leading news outlets PAY ATTENTION to her every move and REPORT on her every other week and treat her as a big deal every time a little piece of new Whitney news comes out. I bet Whitney is loving this "irrelevant" attention...

    http://www.billboard.com/column/the-...05490012.story

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1...n_1097020.html

    http://bossip.com/493995/watch-whitn...ge-video69691/

    http://blogs.indiewire.com/shadowand...as-our-sparkle

    http://bossip.com/496943/whitney-hou...ie-video69691/

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/0..._n_959795.html

    http://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2011/11...talks-sparkle/

    http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment...n-sparkle.html

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    WOW,

    You just don't get it, do you? STILL

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    I'll just accept that as your defeat to the facts I just provided you. You're all outta steam now...nothing left to say after I shut you down. I can read between the lines of you posting the same message over and over. Whitney's discussed HEAVILY on all the hot websites, boo. Thanks for watching/tuning in! See ya in Whitney's official JUB thread next time some news comes out.

    #Done.

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    Whitney Houston? Be serious now. She's way past her best. She was a wonderful artist. Many years ago. Time to move on. And the media covers a variety of artists. Anyways, her legal battles, marriage battles, substance abuse, and so forth... really took a toll on her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Whitney Houston? Be serious now. She's way past her best. She was a wonderful artist. Many years ago. Time to move on. And the media covers a variety of artists. Anyways, her legal battles, marriage battles, substance abuse, and so forth... really took a toll on her.
    The fact that she is way past her best is not the point. Madonna, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Aretha Franklin ect -- all the big divas are ALL way past their best. Just because an artist has reached their peak and is 'past their best' doesn't mean they just go die somewhere and stop working altogether. Lol. You say its time to move on when her latest album was #1 and sold more than most of the hot newer singers' albums did. That's not grounds to "move on"...lol

    And yes, her personal issues did take a good toll on her. And the media covers a variety of artists that are still relevant enough to be still covered/talked about today...Whitney obviously still is. You don't see Stephanie Mills, Donna Summer, Tina Turner, Jermaine Jackson, LaToya Jackson (when it's not regarding Michael Jackson, that is) in the news in the media every other week because most of the general public simply doesn't care to talk about them all the time like they would Whitney Houston, Madonna who are still relevant enough to report on because they still spark interest. The media doesn't always stay reporting on something/someone that's irrelevant. Irrelevant people don't catch headlines or aren't newsworthy at all.

    ...and I love that this thread has turned focus on Whitney Houston.

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    Some artists peak earlier then others. And just because she is covered a lot in the media doesn't speak for her popularity. The media often needs something to cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Some artists peak earlier then others. And just because she is covered a lot in the media doesn't speak for her popularity. The media often needs something to cover.
    The fact that she is covered alot in the media speaks for her relevancy and how much of a big deal she STILL is. Doesn't matter how much you try to water it down. The media simply doesn't cover things that THE VIEWERS don't respond to or care about. This is why Beyonce is always in the news and an indie singer isn't. People respond to Beyonce and care about her because she is a big deal and newsworthy to people. That's how it is in the media. Whitney's stories/headlines get a lot of traction and attention, because people show interest in them. Point blank.

    Whitney's Oprah interview was the highest rated show of Oprah's show in YEARS. People show interest in her! No matter which way you want to slice it. When Whitney appeared on the X-Factor just last year, it was their highest rated show in the show's history! That's the facts. Whitney Houston is very much still a big deal. "Washed up", past her best, "irrelevant" or whatever her dislikers want to call her. She still pulls in high ratings, huge numbers and huge interest from people.

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    Fair enough. I only wish the best for her... while I think she is past her best, I hope she does get her career back on track fully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Whitney Houston? Be serious now. She's way past her best. She was a wonderful artist. Many years ago. Time to move on. And the media covers a variety of artists. Anyways, her legal battles, marriage battles, substance abuse, and so forth... really took a toll on her.
    SexyKevTaurean79 is in such a state of delusion he doesn't realise any of that. Just because someone is written about doesn't make them newsworthy or relevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post
    SexyKevTaurean79 is in such a state of delusion he doesn't realise any of that. Just because someone is written about doesn't make them newsworthy or relevant.
    Notice the comment I made above. Some artists I like have suffered problems in their personal and public lives... it still doesn't detract from the impact they have had.

    But anyways looking back at who won the awards... Adele winning all of those... seriously Adele? The same one that is destroying her own career through cigarettes and booze? Perfect example to set for other artists.

    J Lo winning over Enrique and Pitbull just sums it up for me... another reason why I don't watch these shows. And AMA... what a joke on the Latin artists there. Why don't you choose better ones that really made an impact in Latin music? Latin Shows will give awards to people like Calle 13, Wisin Yandel, and Chino Y Nacho, but the AMA... forget about it. I appreciate Enrique and Pitbull plenty... but they aren't the best. And J Lo... well... I like her, but come on now...

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