Twitter Pays Homage To Whitney Houston On The Anniversary Of Her Death
It’s hard to believe it’s been a whole year already, but today marks the anniversary of the death of Whitney Houston, arguably one of the most shocking celebrity deaths of 2012. The Twitterverse is making sure everyone remembers the singer, as many of its patrons pay homage to her, and celebrate her memory in various ways.
#RIP Whitney Houston! I can’t believe it’s been a year since you left us. May you forever live on through your music!
Rocking my Whitney tee, blasting her music today….remembering the Queen of Pop! #rememberwhitney
1 year today – RIP Whitney Houston. Gone but never forgotten. Strong lives are motivated by dynamic purposes.Love you http://t.co/NEa6iotL
Playlist for the day: Whitney Houston !
R.I.P. Whitney Houston gone but never forgotten
My Whitney playlist gets consistent spins and her photos complete my living room. Celebrate her always <3 RIP gorgeous!
aw whitney’s how will i know video is on tv
Ohhhh I wanna dance with somebody, I wanna feel the heat with somebody! #RIP Whitney
R.I.P. Whitney Houston , today it’s been 1 year since we lost youu and your beautiful voice , youu will forever be missed …
As the Grammy Awards are once again a big topic of discussion today, here’s a look back at what Twitter was saying about last year’s ceremony, which included a famous performance of Jennifer Hudson singing Houston’s version of “I Will Always Love You”.
And here’s a look back at the Twitter discussion that took place during Houston’s televised funeral.