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Houston Death / Jackson Interview #1014687

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 14, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An excerpt from an interview with Janet Jackson about the death of Whitney Houston presented. [For his daytime show "Anderson," JACKSON - explains her reaction to Whitney's death; describes her as a singer and a "sweet soul"; talks about what Whitney's family is going through.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Houston's drug problems after her marriage to Bobby Brown noted; Brown's statement about their daughter quoted.

(Atlanta: Randi Kaye) Whitney's rocky life with Brown reviewed; scenes shown of Brown with New Edition now and back then and as a solo singer; details given about their marriage, signs of trouble, volatile time together and divorce. [BROWN - talks about his drug use.].

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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