Is She the New Queen of Los Angeles?
It has been two months since the tragic death of Whitney Houston, a superstar, beloved artist and beloved mother. Her tragic death created a great deal of attention and concern with the media, Hollywood and within celebrity circles. Her children are now very busy filling the void left behind by a loved one.
On November 30, 2010, there was a huge tribute concert for Whitney Houston in Los Angeles and several celebrities made public appearances supporting the cause. It marked the first time in more than 60 years that an icon of Hollywood and pop culture had been honored. The evening also paid tribute to the legendary singer’s life and legacy with performances by her contemporaries, including Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin, and The Beatles.
Whitney Houston’s family released a statement, expressing their gratitude for the outpouring of love, and respect they had received from the world over. “This is especially difficult for us to talk about as we know that there will be more questions and more condolences to come in the days and weeks to come. We thank each and every one of you who has approached us and those who have left messages for family members. It has meant so much to us and the family.”
The concert and tribute were a tremendous honor to Whitney Houston, one of the most successful and beloved singers in music history. There are countless reports of how she was a positive influence in the lives of many of her fans. She was considered a model to follow by many and a spokesperson for the entertainment industry and women’s empowerment.
For her family, it has been extremely hard to accept the loss and grief they have suffered in the wake of Whitney Houston’s death. “We,” as Whitney’s family is referred to, have been coping with the public’s outpouring of love over the last two months. We have been receiving supportive messages from members of our extended family and the general public.
We have been spending the time that we have together doing as much as we can. In order to not only cope with grief, but continue having a normal life, that we have now resumed working regularly at the Los