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Today in Billboard History

Jan. 9, 1988

Whitney Houston notches her sixth of a record seven consecutive Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s, as “So Emotional” rises 2-1.

Gone But Not Forgotten

The world of music lost dozens of treasured talents in 2012, from Whitney Houston, Adam Yauch and Donna Summer to Dick Clark and Don Cornelius and many more. As we prep for 2013, help us take a look back at the music stars we’ve said a sad goodbye to this year. (See the photo gallery.)

Today In Billboard History

May 13, 2006

Six years ago today, Rihanna reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time with “SOS.” Amazingly, RiRi has added 10 more No. 1s since then, tying her with Whitney Houston for the third-most leaders among women all-time. Only Mariah Carey (18) and Madonna (12) have more.

Time for a ‘Glee’ recap and a healthy dose of Darren Criss gifs!

Whitney Tribute and Trouble for Kurt-Blaine…


Today In Billboard History

April 23, 1988

As “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” reaches the apex, Whitney Houston links her record seventh consecutive Billboard Hot 100 No. 1.

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See all the promo photos for next week’s ‘Glee’! Which Whitney Houston song are you hoping to see in the tribute episode?

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Glee Cast - It’s Not Right But It’s Okay

Check out Darren Criss’ Whitney Houston cover from next week’s ‘Glee’!

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Glee Cast - ‘Saving All My Love For You’

And here it is. Enjoy!

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Glee Cast,
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Glee Cast - ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)’

It looks like the next Whitney Houston ‘Glee’ tribute song to be released will be ‘Saving All My Love for You’! We’ll post when it hits the ‘net.

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The full ‘Glee’ performance of ‘How Will I Know’ from next week’s Whitney Houston tribute episode! Which of the four - Kurt, Rachel, Mercedes or Santana - does the song best?