Whitney Houston's life story is the subject of a new documentary, Always Whitney.
The 1-hour-and-9-minute special, out Tuesday, spans Houston's New Jersey roots to her death at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last February.
The film celebrates her life but also addresses her personal and professional struggles. A registered psychologist, psychotherapist and director of Voice Osborne Head and Neck Institute describe how Houston exhibited symptoms of drug addiction that ultimately damaged her voice.
Houston would have turned 49 this Thursday.
Houston's last film project, Sparkle, makes its theatrical debut on August 17.
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