Whitney Houston’s Voice Was Almost Destroyed By Drugs

FOLLOWING years of heavy smoking and drug abuse, Whitney Houston’s singing was reportedly “unrecognisable” when she began recording her new album.


A source told Britain’s Daily Mirror newspaper: “She was smoking a lot and taking a lot of drugs. Her voice was almost unrecognisable.”

Whitney –– once dubbed “The Voice” for her five octave range -– was sent for singing lessons by industry executive Clive Davis and is now back to her high-note best.

The source added: “Thousands have been shelled out to train her back up to the original. But now she sounds terrific — she is going to blow everybody away.”

Whitney’s new, as yet untitled comeback album, is set for release in November.

In 2006, Tina Brown — the sister of Whitney’s now ex-husband Bobby Brown — claimed Whitney was living in squalor, and hopelessly addicted to crack cocaine.

She released photographs to a US magazine showing the star’s bathroom littered with drug paraphernalia, including a crack pipe. -– Bang Showbiz.com