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Some people have favorite celebrities like, Michael Jackson, Wiz Kihalifa, LilWayne and so on. People most likely have or like celebrities because there celebrity inspires them. Well my favorite celebrity is Whitney Houston. I like Whitney Houston because she inspires me. Whitney Houston inspires me because she has a beautiful voice, amazing songs; last but not least she has fantastic fashion. To start off, Whitney has the most beautiful voice in the world. The recording industry loved her voice. All around the world people loved her sinning. Whitney loved to sing with her little baby girl Bobbi Kristina on stage when she was a little girl. Bobbi loved her singing. Whitney used to sing her little Bobbi too sleep at night. Moving on, Whitney Houston inspired me with her amazing songs. She has love song and songs when she was sad and lonely. My favorite song out of one of her album is “I will always love you”. My friend and I used to sing that song mostly every day. The other song that I really liked is when she singed The Star Spangled Banner before the football game. She made so much amazing music the people loved. That is why she has so many wonderful fans. Another reason, why Whitney Houston inspires me is with her fantastic fashion.to the VMA awards or to the MTV awards she would wear these most beautiful dresses and she would wear her hair so pretty. But anyways she would have the most beautiful dresses that I would never seen in my life. I think that she had made her dresses because they were so beautiful just like her. When she was younger she was a teen age model she looked so pretty in her photos. In conclusion, Whitney Houston really inspires me because she has a beautiful voice, makes amazing songs last but not least she had fantastic fashion. Rest in peace: Whitney

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