Whitney Houston Booed when making Tribute Speech to MJ.

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Whitney Houston Booed When Making Tribute Speech to Michael Jackson
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June 05, 2010 04:03:12 GMT

Whitney Houston reportedly turned on a section of the audience when some fans began booing as she made a speech paying tribute to Michael Jackson.


Whitney Houston's troubled tour has derailed yet again - hundreds of fans walked out of a show in Denmark over her faltering voice. The R&B star's highly-anticipated comeback trek has been blighted by poor reviews and criticism from some fans that her vocals are too weak to carry the show.

She scrapped a string of European concerts in April after she was hospitalized with nose and throat problems, and was later booed by an audience in Birmingham, England because her singing was off-key. Now she is facing renewed concerns for her health after hordes of fans in Copenhagen left her show midway through, complaining about Houston's poor performance.

She then reportedly turned on a section of the audience when some fans began booing as she made a speech paying tribute to Michael Jackson. According to the Copenhagen Post, critics from "all of the major media outlets" in the country slammed the concert, insisting Houston's vocals were weak and tuneless.

Critic Thomas Soie Hansen, of the Berlingske Tidende newspaper, writes: "She looked and sounded like a person who doesn't have many years left to live. At the end of the show she looked like she was ready to explode."


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This is sad...  I wonder what she was saying...  :?
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I hope they were not booing about michael it sounds like she is in a bad way of they are fans they should support her when she needs their support and love
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I am so tired of people kicking someone when they are down. They are the same ones that loved and supported her when she was on top. Goes to show that some people will only hang with you if you are on top but will never be with you in times of trouble. Whitney needs love, encouragement, and support. These so-called fans ought to be totally ashamed of themselves. I'll be praying for her.
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I am so tired of people kicking someone when they are down. They are the same ones that loved and supported her when she was on top. Goes to show that some people will only hang with you if you are on top but will never be with you in times of trouble. Whitney needs love, encouragement, and support. These so-called fans ought to be totally ashamed of themselves. I'll be praying for her.
I agree with you they are not fans they  they want their ounce of flesh for their money and when it is not spot on they walk out how rude and how does that make her feel pretty awfull I expect poor woman
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I don't think they were booing Michael. But I feel bad for Whitney. She's been through alot and she is trying so hard to make a comeback. It's sad that she was booed and they call themselves fans.
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I hate disrespectful crowds! if they were real fans they would know she had a hard few years and would be supportive. Its a shame how people find pleasure in being hurtful...
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I really don't understand why people act the way they do sometimes.  If these people were truely fans of Whitneys they would very much be aware of all of the troubles she has had over the past years and how much  courage it must take on her part to be on stage again.  She needs all of the love and support she can get now and these "fans" do the complete opposite.  I will pray for her that she stays strong and I send her much love.
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:(  :evil:  :twisted: I hope Whitney stop and go home and live her life in peace and forget all the hater.
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I don´t understand people who spent a lot of money for concert tickets,
only to boo the artists or to insult them by leaving before the show is over.
Is that a new form of entertainment for rich and bored Philistines?  :roll:  :?
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It is sad that she got ridiculed. She didn't deserve that.  :(
Bless her heart for doing a MJ tribute. <3

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The media are always looking for the smallest detail to publish something wrong with Michael, :twisted:  as it is disrespectful, for months I've read has not done well in his last performances, it's a shame, she has a great voice. :roll:

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im from denmark.
No one was booing because of what she said - they were booing because they had paid a lot of money to hear her SING - not TALK. They say she spent a LOT of time talking about random stuff - anything from Jesus to MJ, basically. Add to that that she was out of tune and couldn't remember the lyrics. Another reason why they booed.
The reason for people leaving was 1: because she couldnt sing, and 2: because she asked them to. She said that "if you dont wanna listen to my speeches, then you better leave" - so they did :)
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Thank you for clarifying ballongiraf, ;)  I imagined, the media and their lies :evil:

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I am so tired of people kicking someone when they are down. They are the same ones that loved and supported her when she was on top. Goes to show that some people will only hang with you if you are on top but will never be with you in times of trouble. Whitney needs love, encouragement, and support. These so-called fans ought to be totally ashamed of themselves. I'll be praying for her.
I agree with you they are not fans they  they want their ounce of flesh for their money and when it is not spot on they walk out how rude and how does that make her feel pretty awfull I expect poor woman

Unfortunately, that is the way the world is and has been since the beginning of time. Whitney has been through alot in her life when she was with Bobby Brown. She always had a talented voice and made great songs. But sometimes if you misuse and abuse your gift it will be taken away. She will make a comeback but it will take sometime to train her voice again to perform at the height she was performing when she walked away. You're both right that she should be supported and encouraged but unfortunately, people have long memories. She wasn't always so kind to fans back in the day. I am sure when she started paying Tribute to Michael it was out of desperation. I am sure she didn't think she'd get booed.   Perhaps! Michael's fans thought she was using him to get the audience's attention.  All, we can do is pray for her. Keep the Faith!
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I am very very sad to read that, I really like Whitney and I really sorry for her  :( , thank you to you who will pray for her
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Whitney Houston Booed When Making Tribute Speech to Michael Jackson
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June 05, 2010 04:03:12 GMT

Whitney Houston reportedly turned on a section of the audience when some fans began booing as she made a speech paying tribute to Michael Jackson.


Whitney Houston's troubled tour has derailed yet again - hundreds of fans walked out of a show in Denmark over her faltering voice. The R&B star's highly-anticipated comeback trek has been blighted by poor reviews and criticism from some fans that her vocals are too weak to carry the show.

She scrapped a string of European concerts in April after she was hospitalized with nose and throat problems, and was later booed by an audience in Birmingham, England because her singing was off-key. Now she is facing renewed concerns for her health after hordes of fans in Copenhagen left her show midway through, complaining about Houston's poor performance.

She then reportedly turned on a section of the audience when some fans began booing as she made a speech paying tribute to Michael Jackson. According to the Copenhagen Post, critics from "all of the major media outlets" in the country slammed the concert, insisting Houston's vocals were weak and tuneless.

Critic Thomas Soie Hansen, of the Berlingske Tidende newspaper, writes: "She looked and sounded like a person who doesn't have many years left to live. At the end of the show she looked like she was ready to explode."


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Whitney Houston Booed When Making Tribute Speech to Michael Jackson
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June 05, 2010 04:03:12 GMT

Whitney Houston reportedly turned on a section of the audience when some fans began booing as she made a speech paying tribute to Michael Jackson.


Whitney Houston's troubled tour has derailed yet again - hundreds of fans walked out of a show in Denmark over her faltering voice. The R&B star's highly-anticipated comeback trek has been blighted by poor reviews and criticism from some fans that her vocals are too weak to carry the show.

She scrapped a string of European concerts in April after she was hospitalized with nose and throat problems, and was later booed by an audience in Birmingham, England because her singing was off-key. Now she is facing renewed concerns for her health after hordes of fans in Copenhagen left her show midway through, complaining about Houston's poor performance.

She then reportedly turned on a section of the audience when some fans began booing as she made a speech paying tribute to Michael Jackson. According to the Copenhagen Post, critics from "all of the major media outlets" in the country slammed the concert, insisting Houston's vocals were weak and tuneless.

Critic Thomas Soie Hansen, of the Berlingske Tidende newspaper, writes: "She looked and sounded like a person who doesn't have many years left to live. At the end of the show she looked like she was ready to explode."


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Why not just tell people I'm an alien from Mars? Tell them I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight. They'll believe anything you say, because you're a reporter. But if I, Michael Jackson, were to say, "I'm an alien from Mars and I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight," people would say, "Oh, man, that Michael Jackson is nuts. He's cracked up. You can't believe a single word that comes out of his mouth."

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Personally I think Whitney had much fans when she was at her best, the minute she down spiralled, they were onto the next best thing. I loved her when she was at her best and when she was at her lowest, too me should still remain the greatest singer of all. If I have ever cried from the pit of my very being, at the "passing" of two people I have never met in my entire life was for Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston. The proverbial saying "when days are dark friends are few" rings very true for those who said they were a fan of Whitney's.
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I am so tired of people kicking someone when they are down. They are the same ones that loved and supported her when she was on top. Goes to show that some people will only hang with you if you are on top but will never be with you in times of trouble. Whitney needs love, encouragement, and support. These so-called fans ought to be totally ashamed of themselves. I'll be praying for her.



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