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 This programme containsvery strong languageSIRENS BLAREPeople say Whitneydied from an overdose of drugs.Whitney Houston was drugged out.I know Whitney Houston actuallydied from a broken heart.She died from a broken heart.CHEERING AND APPLAUSETHEY CHEEROh, it's like that, huh?Hallelujah. Thank you.I'm tired!Let's do this show.Well, sir, I hear the people.CHEERING AND APPLAUSENow, that's the crowd out there.That's the crowd.I want you to go out thereand do what I tell you.It's my prerogative.# It's my prerogative# It's my prerogative. ## She can do what she wants to do. #Let's do it! Yes! Yes!CHEERING AND APPLAUSE# I hope life treats you kind# And I hope you haveall you dreamed of# And I wish you joy and happiness# But above all thisI wish you love# Sweet love# LoveCHEERING AND APPLAUSE# And I# Will always love you# I will always love you# I will always# Always love you# I will always love you# I'll always love# You. #I'm sitting... I'm playingdrums behind her, right?And I'm sittingand I'm watching her.And I'm watching themuscles in her backand everything justexpand like that, you know?It was like a... She was likea doggone body-builder.And that's how she sangevery night, every song.Whitney's voice, you know,unparalleled.I mean, she was ridiculous.It also cost hernear the end of the tours.I mean, you could seethe toll it took on her voiceto have to do those performancesnight after night.She was totally brilliant.Totally brilliant but...Everything came so naturally to her.Whitney was created by Godand Whitney's gift came from him.So the only one who couldmess it up was her.There was a timbre, a sound to hervoice that was just angelic.There were many, many timeswhen Whitney's voice was just gone.By the time...You know, we would lower the keyto songs and then lower it againand then maybe lower it again.But even then, you know,when it became time for herto hit those notes,she wasn't there because she wasn'ttaking care of herself.Whitney's voice broke barriers.We did not have Beyonces.And any African Americanfemale artistthat can now be atthe top of the pop chart,that absolutely was not goingto happen before Whitney Houston.It had not happenedbefore Whitney Houston.So she changed history for usand she paid a price for it.People may not know it butWhitney was from the 'hood.They wanted to presenther as the princess.That's what whiteAmerica was presented.They weren't presentedwith Newark, New Jersey, Whitney.I grew up in Newark, New Jersey,and in East Orange, New Jersey.I do know what it is to be black.I know what it's like to see myblack community and people not beinggiven the opportunity as othersare given the opportunity.GOSPEL MUSIC PLAYSWhitney was veryin touch with her spiritual...You know, with her thoughtsabout being spiritualand knowing where it came from -from my mother.You know, from growingup and going to church,you know, from reading the Bible,from singing gospel songs,from being affiliated withpeople who were in the church.You know, things of that nature.# Celebration# Jubilation# Celebration# Jubilation# When the Lord comes back# We'll be ready when he comes# When the Lord comes back# We're gonna have a greatcelebration. #The memories of singingin church are onesthat I cherish the most.# If you just# Have a little talkA little talk# With Jesus... #THEY CONTINUE SINGINGIt wasn't worldly, it wasn't...It was fresh,it wasn't stale.Singing gospelwas an energy, a passion.THEY CONTINUE SINGINGI taught Whitney.Nobody else taught her.I taught her what she knew.She sang from her heart.She knew how.She learnt how.She learnt to craft welland that's very important.If you're going to sing,you have to know how to singand most people sing...I guess they learn their way,but she learned the right waybecause that's what I taught her.She was spoiled. She was the baby.She was John's baby.Nobody messed with her anyway,nobody did.They didn't have the heart to...They didn't have the heartto mess with Nippy.I think she was closer to her dadthan her mother.She felt that love morefrom her dad.It could be, you know, she wasthe only girl...Cissy's no joke.Cissy is straight, stern.She didn't doubt that her motherloved her, but whether she couldfeel it the way she did with, like,her dad, I'm not sure.Her mother made her decisions.Her mother, I feel, was instrumentalin creating the enormous career.She guided her, she chose her peoplethat were around her, she...She influenced Whitney in her voiceand her training, and her choices.Cissy was everything.We were the first black familyup here.House has been painted,because it was white.No, they put whatsitsname on it.The tower, the little panelling,or whatever.It's amazing, it's amazing.So many memories.I used to sneak into the house andclimb into the windowof Whitney's bedroom.She opened the window for me."Daddy's going to whoop your ass!"My God.We were always, like I say, beingtogether most of the time,and her following behind me,I taught her to drive, you know.We played together, you know, andeverything that you do togetheras you're growing up, and then,when you get into drugs,you do that together, too.You know, like I say,at ten years old, I tried drugs.I mean, you know,I was ten years old.I mean, I saw people that Ilooked up to using drugs,and I saw them doing their best,being at their best.When Whitney and I met,we were in our teens, 18, 19.They did drugs! You know,it was the thing you do,you go out, you party, you drink,you do a little drugs,everybody did it, and her brothersgave it to her.It was just something you doto have fun.I mean, you know, my mother had agood, pretty good rein on me,you know what I'm saying? Erm...When you're raised in church,and in the background ofGod-fearing religions, you kind of- and it's instilled in you -there is a certain boundarythat you don't cross.You know what I'm saying?Like, I could have got intoa lot more trouble than I got intoif I hadn't thought about,"My mother's going to kill me,"or, "My father and my mother aregoing to be so disappointed,"or, you know,"I know God is watching me".I've been working with Whitney for18 years now, and I guess youcan say that I've known herfor 18 years, too.I have a friendship -that's our foundation.I knew her brothers,went to school with them,but never knew they had a sister.And she was pretty low-key, smart.She knows how to play, she's funny.She's funny.I didn't know... She was like this,she would come over, and my momwas real cool with it, and Whitneywould hang out. And she would beon the cover of Seventeen,and wouldn't even tell anybody.Isn't that funny? My mother wouldhave to go to the grocery store,come back, and say, "Robyn, youknow so-and-so?"I would know that maybeshe had a photoshoot some time ago,but Whitney wouldn't tell meanything.Isn't that strange?Young, and you would think she wouldbe like, "Check me out!"Mm-mm.None of that.I wonder if she was scaredto, like, see it.I've never asked her that.But she would do strange thingslike that, she's...I would say that Whitneyis sort of strange.So are you going to...?Last one.And then...You're looking quite spinny today.VOICEOVER: When I met them, I thinkWhitney had just moved into her veryfirst apartment, and her and Robynwere sharing an apartment.Robyn was older than Whitney, and Ithink people were picking on Whitneyat school, and Robyn would, youknow, step in to keep peoplefrom fighting her,and protect her from those people.So they, I guess, created a bondthen, and then they just kept it.And then Robyn became instrumentalin helping her make those decisions,with her career,and stuff like that.I first met Whitney when I startedto work at Arista Records.She was...She was a sweet kid at the time.She was very insecure,she was not that polished.I remember at a dinner in WashingtonDC, she made a joke about the amountof silverware, the amount of serviceplacing at dinner,......