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Whitney Houston’s first UK performance in more than 12 years was highlighted by a wardrobe malfunction that caused the back strap of her dress to pop open and flap down by her sides for the rest of the song.

The artist, whose childhood nickname was Nippy, was singing her new single “Million Dollar Bill” on the “X Factor” Sunday night when her body-hugging, floor-length gown unhinged in the back, leaving the second pair of straps over her shoulders to hold up the dress.

In footage of her performance below, she can be seen looking down at her dress, then shrugging her shoulders. At another point, she holds each of the unfastened back straps out to the side, then, soldiers on through the rest of the song.

“I sang myself out of my clothes,” she said after her performance.

Houston, who pulled double duty as the contestants’ mentor this week, was later praised by host, Dermot O’Leary, for her rather aggressive advice to the wannabes.

“Is that why you call me ‘Lippy’?” she asked Cowell. “Simon calls me Lippy. I say what’s on my mind just like he does.”



Actor Samuel L. Jackson’s UppiTV – a television production arm of his company Uppity Films, has set up two series projects at CBS.

Both as-yet-untitled shows, described by the Hollywood Reporter as a comedy and a medical drama, are produced by CBS TV Studios, which has extended its deal with UppiTV for another year.

The comedy pilot, from writer Bob Kushell, is about the wife of a U.S. congressman who inherits her husband’s seat when he dies unexpectedly in the middle of his term.

Writer Andrea Newman’s medical drama centers on an emergency room doctor who uses unconventional methods to treat his patients.

Jackson will reportedly executive produce the projects alongside their respective writers.

As previously reported, Jackson’s TV producing sprouted last year when he signed a first-look deal with CBS Studios. His only previous stint as TV producer is with Spike TV’s animated series “Afro Samurai.”



Snoop Dogg has just announced an additional five stops to the end of his upcoming “Wonderland High School” tour with supporting acts Method Man, Redman and Devin the Dude.

The 16-date outing kicks off Oct. 27 in Baltimore, reports Live Daily. Newly added dates are: Indianapolis (12/3), Anaheim (12/18), Los Angeles (12/19), San Diego (12/20) and San Francisco (12/21).

Snoop will unveil his 10th studio set, “Malice N Wonderland,” Dec. 8. The effort features production by Dr. Dre, The Neptunes and Pete Rock, among others, and guest appearances by R. Kelly, Ghostface Killah, Mary J. Blige, Pharrell and many others.

As previously reported, the Grammy-nominated rapper was recently named Creative Chairman of the revived Priority Records label by parent company EMI.


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