The Glee Valentine’s Day: A Tribute to Whitney Houston

The Glee Valentine’s Day: A Tribute to Whitney Houston

Fox’s Glee dedicated Tuesday’s Valentine’s Day episode to the late Whitney Houston when, through a strange twist of fate, the hour featured a cover of one of the late pop icon’s most memorable hits in I Will Always Love You. Originally written and performed by Dolly Parton, with Houston singing the track for 1992’s feature film The Bodyguard, Glee’s Amber Riley covered the song in an already emotional scene where her character chose to be single rather than choose between her current boyfriend Shane and her ex, Sam.

The producers of Glee opted to update the episode, which had been delivered to the network last Friday, the day before Houston’s death, and featured a dedication to the singer-actress in a title card that came at the end of the episode. The card read, “Whitney Houston 1963-2012. We will always love you.” Houston died on Saturday at the age of 48. Watch the full performance below:

The Glee Valentine’s Day: A Tribute to Whitney Houston

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Steamy Sexting: Sending Sexy Porn Notes in the Office

Steamy Sexting: Sending Sexy Porn Notes in the Office

Sexting (aka Valentine’s Day) is a very funny, twisted romantic one-minute short film created by English filmmaker Phillip Bloom for DocuMovie. Valentine’s Day fever hits big-time in a small office, with very hot and steamy results. You’ll end up getting some real goose bumps watching this one!

Steamy Sexting: Sending Sexy Porn Notes in the Office

(Best Viewed in HD Full-Screen Mode)

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Valentine’s Day: Floral-Bouquet-on-Traffic-Control

Valentine’s Day: Floral-Bouquet-on-Traffic-Control

Photography by:  Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

Bright Eyes: First Day Of My Life

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Happy Valentine’s Day: Three-Hearts-Vignette

Happy Valentine’s Day: Three-Hearts-Vignette

The words of the prophets
are written on the subway walls
And in tenement halls
.”

Photography by: Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

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A Valentine: Tulips

A Valentine: Tulips

Valentine’s Day is a wonderful time for a kissing video. So here are two great kissing films for you. Tulips is a short animated film by Jeff Scher, and The Kiss is Thomas Edison’s 1896 film of John Rice kissing May Irwin.

An Animated Film: Tulips

Thomas Edison: The Kiss

Josh Groban: Broken Vow

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