Whitney's big comeback was plagued with two major hurdles.
1) Her voice lacked the power it once had.
2) She needed to address all of the speculation ofdrug abuse over the years.
So after taking months to set up the release for "I Look ToYou," she put her game plan in place.
The week of the album's release, Whitney performed live onGood Morning America to critical reviews.
The following week, she sat down with Oprah and talked indetail about all the haunting rumors.
Both of these instances were risky moves. It was clear thatthe nonbelievers would use these vulnerable moments against her.
But she did not avoid them. She met them head on, and then respondedwith the best weapon she had at her disposal--two classic Whitney videos.
So consider this, after the press dissed her Good MorningAmerica performance, she waited a couple days before releasing the video for "ILook To You." The introspective ballad of faith singularly features Whitney, inan elegant white gown, singing from herRead More »from Whitney’s Two New Videos Put The Focus Back On Her Music