Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Throwback Tuesday - Whitney vs. Wendy

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


For me this is a real treat. I can't get enough of either of these interview. When listening you really have to get into the subtleties in order to appreciate what's going on here.

I got my first taste of post-crack Whitney when I saw the interview she did with Diane Sawyer on ABC back in in 2002. That's the one when Whitney proclaimed that crack is whack and that she's just too good to smoke crack. If you're still having trouble remembering, then you're in luck. You can see a clip of it here:



If you thought Whitney didn't exactly show herself in the best light with Diane, she really showed off when she called into the Wendy Williams show just a few months later. Whitney was sassy, too sassy, and ready for anything Wendy had to say. I must admit that I was entertained. You will be, too. Hope you enjoy.


7 comments:

Darius T. Williams said...

I remember this inteview - hilarious stuff.

Cocoa Rican said...

Wow...you took us way back...

yet another black guy said...

if only Clive was there to put her back on her leash.

One Man’s Opinion said...

Well, I remember both interviews and although I don't think she was shown in the best of light on Diana Sawyer, but I thought it was great how she went toe to toe with the tranvestite "Wendy Williams".
Thanks for the post.

That Dude Right There said...

She did let Wendy have it. I missed and never did watch the Diane Sawyer interview. Thanks for the clip.

Mr. Jones said...

Darius - Whitney's an absolute mess isn't she?

Cocoa - I did. It was worth the trip.

YABG - Even Clive can't save her.

One Man's - Wendy was quite ready, too. She was more subtle than Whitney was though.

Example: "Whitney, we love your song 'Dear John Letter' and speaking of letters you no longer have to write to Bobby. Bobby is back is back at home?"

TDRT - She did.

Clay said...

That interview is pop culture legend!

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