FTW: Great Moments in Whitney Houston-ry, Part 2

1. Whitney Houston singing "All the Man that I need" live for her Welcome Home Troops program. Whitney belts out the number with so much passion you momentarily forget those lesbian rumors.

2. Whitney's song, "My Name is Not Susan." The song that in retrospect ushered in the "street" Whitney of the late 90s, "Susan" was a minor hit for Whitney and is more famous for being name-checked in Salt-n-Pepa's "Whatta Man" but does have its own special quality, especially Whitney apparent donning of Madonna's "Who's That Girl" hair.

3. Whitney sings the National Anthem at a WNBA game. If anybody wants to dispute the accuracy of Debra Wilson's impression, one need only to look at this video.

4. Whitney sings "It's Not Right But It's Okay." A song that still remains one of Whitney's defining moments, Whitney put her new raspy voice to good use while looking like she had wandered off the set of Rosie O' Donnell's movie Exit to Eden.

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