Move over Britney, Whitney Houston is ready to take the title of comeback queen. And David Foster, the legendary hit-maker for stars ranging from Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion to Madonna and Michael Jackson, is finally talking about his reunion with the superstar.
Foster collaborated with Houston on the blockbuster soundtrack single “I Will Always Love You.” He knows fans are wondering if she’s ready to resume her hugely successful career after years battling her personal demons.
Q: You and Whitney are finally together again. How is she doing?
David Foster: I was in the studio with her last week. She’s in great shape and she looks good. We have this fantastic song that Diane Warren wrote and we went in and recorded it. It went really well. Her work ethic was exactly the way it was when we did the song for The Bodyguard. She worked incredibly hard for two nights and we came up with something really good.?…Read the Q&A
Felicity Huffman has won a shelf full of awards playing the ever struggling Lynette on Desperate Housewives . Now, she’s a mom on the big screen in Phoebe in Wonderland, coping with an unconventional daughter, portrayed by Elle Fanning, who wants to play by her own rules.
For Huffman, who has two kids of her own with actor William Macy, it was a reminder that being a parent is always a challenge. As for the lip-lock between Eva Longoria and Teri Hatcher coming up on Desperate Housewives, Felicity was happy to dish a little about what to expect.
Q: This film is a reminder that whether you’re a child or an adult, marching to the beat of your own drum isn’t easy.
A: I know, I know. We want our kids to be special, but when they are it often comes with challenges and pain. Sometimes they’re lonely. Sometimes they feel like a freak, as we all feel like freaks when we depart from the norm. …Read the Q&A