Oprah Winfrey finally Tweets about the death of Whitney Houston just minutes ago. While the internet was ablaze yesterday with celebrities tweeting their feelings and sympathies to the Houston  family, Oprah was silent, her nearly 10 million followers did not receive one tweet.  Here’s what she had to say:

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To me Whitney was THE VOICE. We got to hear a part of God every time she sang. Heart is heavy, spirit grateful for the GIFT of her.

Whitney Houston Tells All
The Oprah Winfrey Show  |  September 14, 2009
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Whitney Houston opens up to Oprah.
With more than 140 million albums sold worldwide, icon Whitney Houston is the most awarded woman in music history. Her powerful presence filled the screen in The Bodyguard, which made more than $400 million worldwide. The film’s soundtrack remains the best-selling of all time. But behind her megastar success, Whitney hid the intense personal pain of her tumultuous 14-year marriage to R&B star Bobby Brown and a battle with drug abuse.Whitney retreated from the spotlight after a controversial 2002 interview with Diane Sawyer.In 2003, she faced more media attention after calling 911 to report that her husband hit her. The police report said Whitney had a bruised cheek and a cut inside her upper lip. Still, she refused to press charges. He was not convicted and has publicly denied ever hitting her.The couple went public once again in 2005 on Bravo’s reality show Being Bobby Brown.Whitney has stayed silent about it all—until now. Back with her first album in seven years, I Look to You, she’s sitting down with Oprah and opening up like never before about her past, present and bright future.

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/entertainment/Oprahs-Exclusive-Interview-with-Whitney-Houston#ixzz1mBTm0Z

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