Whitney break dating
I take this [she gently caresses her long slender throat] very seriously, because this is my life."But dancing is fun, and if that's what people want, then cool, I can give that portion of myself to them. I'm a public servant in that sense."With that attitude, she welcomed the opportunity to sing the national anthem at the 1991 Super Bowl so she could show support for American troops in the Persian Gulf.
Her double-platinum I'm Your Baby Tonight album presents a harder-edged, more streetwise Whitney Houston, thanks to hit producers L. And so do her good friend Luther Vandross ("Who Do You Love") and her idol, Stevie Wonder, who writes, produces and joins her for the duet, "We Didn't Know."During performances on the Arsenio Hall Show and Saturday Night Live, Whitney was - as she says - "jamming," and that was just a preview."Yes, I can jam, but it ain't no big thing to me," she says after demonstrating her agile, rhythmic moves during rehearsals in Miami. People love me because I can sing, and that is what I concentrate on. I would rather sing than be able to do the |running man.' I don't take dancing very seriously.Among the many celebrity guests was Eddie Murphy, long rumored to be her heartthrob. "Just two very friendly people, the kind of friends that don't really have a got-to-see-you, got-to-have-you kind of relationship.When asked if the rather large diamond ring (5.5 karats) dominating her left had is the present Murphy reportedly gave her that night, Whitney flashes a broad, girlish smile and casually extends her hand. Because of my career and his career - I'm here and he's there; I'm there and he's here - it's hard to establish a relationship.With her recording career continuing on track, Whitney is now pursuing another interest: acting.Movie offers have come from Spike Lee, Quincy Jones and Robert De Niro, but the timing has not been right. Kevin Costner, one of Hollywood's most unforgettable hunks, used his clout to insist that Whitney star opposite him in Body Guard, in which she will portray a singer whose life is threatened.