Rather than embarking on a proper comeback, Whitney Houston appears to be settling for continuing status as a washed up spectacle. Houston’s opportunity to make up for the 3 cancelled shows scheduled at London’s O2 Arena were dashed recently when a weak performance caused a hundreds of fans to literally walk out of the concert. Here’s just a portion of the tragedy:

This painfully haggard presentation caused one former fan to say, “I think we should be offered our money back. It was a shambolic performance.” Concert-goers who opted to stick and stay throughout the entire show told sources that the one-time diva needed 3 attempts to get through her signature ballot, “I Will Always Love You.”

Whitney’s excuse for her failed performance involved blaming the arena’s air-conditioning system as well we the following statement to the disappointed crowd:

“She don’t want to come, my soprano friend. Sometimes the old girl sings, but not tonight. I want to do it, but she doesn’t want to. She’s getting a little… temperamental, even.”

It may be too late to advise Houston to quit while she’s ahead, but it sure doesn’t hurt to try. She’s clearly not equipped for a comeback but at the very least she should try to preserve whatever dignity she has left.

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  • binky

    Whitney will always be great when it comes to her die hard fans. I still love whit, even though it is not the whitney I’ am use too. But I agree, there is nothing wrong with quiting while she is ahead and doing background work with helping other newer artist or even her daughter, who wants to sing. Whitney will still be consider one of the GREATEST if she quits now or later, the woman is a legend in her own right

  • Cant help but feel bad for her.

  • whirlwind

    Whitney will always have a very large number of people who come see her perform because she is an iconic artist. There is no younger singer out today who has recorded anything that comes remotely close to classic Whitney. Bashing the lady isn’t necessary.