Whitney Houston News
May 15, 1990: Whitney Houston talks about how she reached career success
Houston said her mother was the "most instrumental" in helping her develop her career.
A 9-year-old boy becoming a singing sensation
Dane Mille, born with Down syndrome, hitting nearly 19 million views and counting, singing Whitney Houston's 1993 hit "I Have Nothing."
9-year-old with Down syndrome belting Whitney Houston will melt your heart
Footage of a boy with Down syndrome performing a Whitney Houston classic is bringing smiles to millions on the internet. Dane Miller, 9, was captured on video singing Houston’s 1993 hit “I Have Nothing” from "The Bodyguard" during a recent family car ride. Dane’s aunt, Jeanne Miller, posted the
9-year-old with Down syndrome singing Whitney Houston will melt your heart
A video of Dane Miller, 9, performing Whitney Houston's 1993 hit, "I Have Nothing," has gone viral after his aunt, Jeanne Miller, posted it on Facebook.
Catching up with Bebe Rexha live on 'GMA'
I told her I watched her growing up with my mom. We would make a cup of coffee every morning and just watch you and eat entenmann's, eat bakery stuff, yeah. And your mom is here and her daughter is now on "Good morning America." Don't make this emotional now before the song, please. Come on, no.
Chris Connelly Official Biography
Chris Connelly is a contributor to ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” “20/20,” and “Nightline.” He is a correspondent for ESPN, where his stories appear on “SC Featured” and for the sports newsmagazine “E:60.” His work has been recognized with four Sports Emmys and eight Edward R. Murrow awards.
Andrew Garfield surprises audience at London drag show
Andrew Garfield surprised the audience at a London drag show, donning a wig and showing off his best vogue moves on stage. Garfield, who is currently starring in the London revival of the play "Angels in America," attended the London stop of the drag revue Werq the World Tour with his "Angels"
Stars dole out advice to college graduating class of 2017
The stars have had plenty to say to this year's crop of college graduates. Robert De Niro , Oprah Winfrey, Will Ferrell and Sheryl Sandberg are among the marquee names who have doled out advice during commencement speeches this year. Speaking at Brown University Sunday, De Niro put the current
Will Ferrell channels Whitney Houston at USC commencement speech
Now, I don't want to put pressure on you but we have fine students from usc, communication majors. Raise your hand. Where is my usc crowd? So no pressure. Did you know my first story is about usc? Did I know that? I mean -- For you guys, here you go, "Pop news" time and -- Good morning. As we all
There are many graduation ceremonies at colleges and universities across the US this weekend
Some include famous speakers like Will Ferrell who spoke at his alma mater, USC.