This singer sounds exactly like Whitney Houston and it’s incredible
A singer from the Netherlands is becoming an internet sensation for her incredible Whitney Houston ballads.
Glennis Grace, a 38-year-old mother-of-one from Amsterdam, has been performing her renditions on a TV talent show.
Her versions of the late Whitney’s classics will send a shiver down your spine.
It’s like the Dutch performer stole the voice of Whitney for a whole new generation to enjoy – you have to listen.
— Glennis Grace (@GlennisGrace) April 6, 2017
The real Whitney died tragically in 2012, and has since been dogged by controversy.
Whitney Houston’s former husband – R&B star Bobby Brown – has claimed that his ex-wife had a lesbian love affair with her best friend and longtime assistant.
Brown also claimed that if Houston had stayed with Robyn Crawford, she might never have died.
“I really feel that if Robyn was accepted into Whitney’s life, Whitney would still be alive today,” Brown told Us Weekly.
“She didn’t have close friends with her anymore.”
Brown told the magazine that Houston had been bisexual.
“I know,” Brown said of the relationship.
“We were married for 14 years. There are some things we talked about that were personal to us.”
The singer repeatedly denied rumours she was in a relationship with her close companion Crawford.
Following her daughter’s death, Houston’s mother revealed to Oprah Winfrey that had her daughter been gay, she would “absolutely” have had a problem with it.
During the interview, Oprah read the section of the book where Cissy Houston wrote: “I knew I didn’t want Robyn near my daughter and I told Nippy [the family’s pet name for Whitney] that.
Questioned by Oprah, Cissy Houston admitted she “didn’t really like” Crawford, saying she spoke “disrespectful”.
When Oprah asked if she would have been “bothered” if her daughter was a lesbian she replied: “Absolutely.”