Performing "I Believe In You And Me" and her biggest hit, "I Will Always Love You", Whitney Houston wowed the audience at World Music Awards in Las Vegas on September 15. Her performance brought many to tears, including producer Clive Davis and fellow songbird Celine Dion. "I admire her tremendously and I don't think anyone can take her place," said Celine, who cut short a backstage interview to watch Whitney sing. "I just want to say how amazing Whitney is. She's had such a difficult life." Things also seem to be looking up for Whitney's husband, Bobby Brown, who inked a deal with Bravo TV for 10 episodes of his reality show, Being Bobby Brown, to air in spring 2005.
Whitney's short set reminded everyone why the 41-year-old diva had a record-setting seven consecutive No.1 hit singles at the height of her career.