With today’s release of her first studio album in seven years, Whitney Houston is gearing up to sell the heck out of it with a string of broadcast and print appearances in the coming weeks.
As previously reported, the 46-year-old pop sensation will promote “I Look to You” with an appearance on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” that will air on Sept. 14. Next Tuesday, she’ll tape a performance in New York’s Central Park for ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
And according to Reuters, several magazine cover stories are in the works, including the next issue of Ebony. A tour may also be on the horizon for next year.
People magazine is reporting that marijuana was found along with numerous empty drug bottles during a police search of Michael Jackson’s rented home shortly following his death, according to search warrants unsealed on Thursday.
Two bags of marijuana, a bottle of temazepam (used to treat sleeplessness), empty bottles of the sedatives lorzaepam and diazepam were discovered during the search, reports People.com. They also found four other empty pill bottles with no indication as to what may have been in them.
The warrant also says that, on the day of Jackson’s death, as investigators were at the house, “family members of the decedent notified Los Angeles County Coroner’s Assistant Chief Ed Winter that they had located a quantity of tar heroin in [Jackson’s] bedroom on the second floor of the residence. Winter notified LAPD detectives of the found evidence.” There is no mention in the warrant if the evidence really turned out to be heroin.