Whitney Houston's career highs and lows were often reflected in her interviews with the press. Houston, who died on Saturday at the age of 48, provided the media world with a range of interview appearances. The singer who candidly spoke of how her voice hadn't reached its full potential in a 1992 interview with NBC News, was the same person who aggressively told Diane Sawyer ten years later that she made "too much money to ever smoke crack."
She sat down with some of the industry's best, from detailing the extent of her drug use with Oprah, to letting Barbara Walters into her New Jersey home. On Sunday, the broadcast and cable networks are planning tributes to the late singer. CBS will honor Houston at the Grammy Awards with a tribute featuring Jennifer Hudson. CNN will air a special titled "Whitney Houston: Life, Death, Music," at 7:00 p.m.
View some of Houston's most notable television interview moments in the slideshow below.