Jody Tu & Angie Chang
Even though Lin has become famous for singing this song, the most successful version was recorded by American singer Whitney Houston. This song was for the soundtrack to the movie The Bodyguard in which Ms. Houston starred. Whitney Houston also recorded many other best-selling songs and was one of the best-selling music artists. Because of her great talent, she was called “The Voice.”
After a while, however, Ms. Houston’s career started to decline. Rumors about her using drugs were widespread. During these years, Whitney Houston was losing herself. She was overwhelmed by pressure and became addicted to drugs and alcohol. The worst situation was that her drug abuse seriously affected her performance. She failed to show up at events where she had been scheduled to perform. Moreover, for more than 7 years she could not perform in public. After being cured of drug abuse, Whitney Houston overcame her unhealthy behavior and returned to music. She even released another album in 2009. Unfortunately, just when everyone was expecting her to come back with her wonderful voice, she was found dead in the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel on February 11th, 2012.
Whitney Houston not only created many best-selling songs, but also created her own legend. Although Whitney Houston has passed away, her legend will continue because her best-selling songs are going to be sung in singing contest around the world forever.