Ackie says that 97 percent of "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" is Whitney singing and it shouldn't be any other way.

Ackie says that 97 percent of "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" is Whitney singing and it shouldn't be any other way.

It seems that Hollywood just can't get enough of musical biopics. Following the success of films like Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, it seems that the next logical step is to chronicle the life of Whitney Houston in I Wanna Dance With Somebody. The film will focus on Houston&#

In the new Whitney Houston biopic, I Will Always Love You, Ackie plays the troubled megastar, and while it sounds as if she could hit the right notes herself when asked, she’s more than happy that it’s (mostly) Whitney’s voice that audiences will be hearing when the music starts. “I could fill some of the spaces,” Ackie tells Empire. “When I belt, it’s a similar tone to [Houston’s voice]… and [after the audition, during which she sang ‘

Whitney Houston is one of the most iconic singers of our time. So, when it was announced that there was to be a biopic made about her life, naturally, there was a lot of excitement. And when it was revealed that Jennifer Hudson would be taking on the lead role, fans were even more thrilled. Hudson, who is no stranger to taking on iconic roles, having played Effie White in Dreamgirls, knew that she had her work cut out for her. In an interview with The Guardian, she revealed just how much work she put in to prepare for the role.

I Wanna Dance With Somebody is a heartwarming story about a young woman's journey to find love. The film follows Emma (played by Lily James), a young woman who is struggling to find love. She meets a man named Daniel

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