reacted to Whitney Houston's death, saying she was very "scared" of Whitney Houston's death.
Different people reacted in different ways to Whitney Houston's death, but Celine Dion's reaction was of scare. According to details, Celine Dion was shocked to hear about Whitney Houston's sudden death and also very "scared." Dion shared what she really thinks about the entertainment industry and how one has to remain careful not to fall into the pitfalls of the entertainment industry.
According to Celine Dion, Whitney Houston had always been her inspiration, and when she started out into the music industry, she used to look up to this singing legend. Celine also said that it was just sad that Whitney Houston's downfall came like this and that she was not in this world anymore. Celine Dion expressed all her feelings on “Good Morning America” as she talked to the show’s host, Robin Roberts, via telephone.
Celine Dion said, "It's just very unfortunate that drugs and -- I don't know -- bad people, or bad influences took over. It took over her dreams, it took over love and motherhood."
Whitney Houston was found dead in the bathroom of her Beverly Hills hotel room, which she was staying in. Houston's body was found submerged in the bathtub and when she was discovered, she was unconscious. Upon unsuccessful attempts by the paramedics to revive her, Houston's body was sent for an autopsy. Even though the autopsy report has been prepared, it has not been shared with the public. However, there are speculations that Whitney Houston died due to a drug overdose and because of mixing drugs with alcohol.
Celine Dion said regarding the situation and of what happened to Whitney Houston, "There's something that happens that I don't understand, and that's why I'm so scared. I'm scared of show business. I'm scared of drugs. I'm scared of hanging out. That's why I don't do parties and I don't hang out. That's why I'm not part of show business. Because we have to be afraid."
Whitney Houston's funeral service has been performed. A tribute was paid to her during the 54th Annual Grammy Awards.