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By The Numbers: Whitney Houston, Grammys

12:01 PM Monday 2/13/12 | |

Whitney Houston is outselling everyone else online and the Grammy Awards draws the biggest TV audience in its history.

CNN Money reports fans are flocking to online music stores like Apple’s iTunes and Amazon.com for Whitney Houston’s music.

Houston’s hit records are dominating iTunes top 175 songs today. Her cover of Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” currently sits on top followed by her mega-selling songs “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” and “Greatest Love Of All” clocking in at the second and third position, respectively.

Over at Amazon Houston’s The Greatest Hits and Ultimate Collection are dominating the online seller’s top 10 album lists while her soundtrack from “The Bodyguard” along with her Whitney Houston album hold down positions four and five.

More people watched last night’s Grammy Awards than ever before with the annual telecast receiving a 50 percent boost in viewership, according to preliminary figures released by Nielsen Co

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    Onstage at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
    February 12, 2012

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More than 39.9 million people made the broadcast the second-most watched Grammy Awards ever, topping last year’s Academy Awards by more than two million viewers.


Comments

  1. Evster wrote:

    02:23 PM, Feb 13, 2012

    You can't refer to last night as the second-most watched Grammy Awards without mentioning which is the most watched Awards!



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