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Whitney Houston's Death One Year Later: A Look At What's Come Out Of The Singer's Passing

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It's been one year since the world lost one of its greatest divas. Whitney Houston, the troubled singer whose prolific singles such as "I Will Always Love You" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" were almost as notorious as her drug issues and rocky 14-year marriage to Bobby Brown, left the music industry devastated when she died one year ago today.

The year following Houston's death has been just as tumultuous as the second half of her career, with details slowly coming to the surface regarding the singer's passing and the family opening up to tell their side of the never-ending saga. HuffPost Celebrity is taking a look back at the news that's emerged during the year after the legendary "Greatest Love Of All" crooner's death.

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