Enter To Win A Copy Of ‘Whitney Houston: 25th Anniversary Edition’


It’s been a little while since we’ve had a Pink is the new Blog Contest around here so I think it’s high time that we have one … I have been given 3 copies of the just-released 25th Anniversary Edition of Whitney Houston’s self-titled debut album so I need to find the biggest Whitney Houston fans to give them to. Here is a photo of what’s up for grabs along with a description from the album’s press release:

On January 26, 2010, Arista Records/Legacy Recordings will release the 25th Anniversary Edition of ‘Whitney Houston’, the astonishing debut album that catapulted a virtually unknown young artist into the upper reaches of pop superstardom in 1985. The ‘Whitney Houston’ – 25th Anniversary Edition CD/DVD package includes the international chart-topping original Arista album – remastered in its entirety for the 25th anniversary – along with five bonus tracks including Whitney’s a cappella recording of “How Will I Know” plus a stunning live performance of “Greatest Love of All”. As an added bonus for fans, the 25th Anniversary Edition of ‘Whitney Houston’ includes a features-packed new DVD. Three rare tv performances are included: “I Am Changing”, a song from the 1982 Broadway production of ‘Dreamgirls’, performed live at the Arista Records 10th Anniversary celebration in 1985; “You Give Good Love” performed live at the first annual Soul Train Awards Show in 1987; and Whitney’s breakout national TV debut singing “Home” (from ‘The Wiz’) on the Merv Griffin Show in 1983. All four classic music videos – “You Give Good Love”, “Saving All My Love For You”, “How Will I Know”, and “Greatest Love of All” – appear on the DVD. Exclusive and newly filmed interviews with Whitney Houston and Clive Davis round out the bonus DVD portion of the ‘Whitney Houston’ – 25th Anniversary Edition collection.

You may recall that we previously got to see a EPK video which features Whitney Houston and Arista head Clive Davis talking about this iconic album and now YOU can win a FREE COPY of this 2-disc set :) All you have to do is email a photo to pinkisthenewblog @gmail.com (with a subject line that reads Whitney Contest) that shows what your idea of the Greatest Love of All is. It could be your BFF, your pet, your sibling(s), your lover … it could be anything that YOU consider the Greatest Love of All. Of the submitted entries, I will pick 3 at random and those folks will win a copy each of Whitney Houston: 25th Anniversary Edition. I’ll take emailed photo submissions up until next Tuesday, February 2. Of course, you don’t have to participate in this contest if you really cannot wait to own a copy of this album — it is released in stores TODAY!

But if you want to play along, make sure you send in your photos and good luck!!

After the jump, check out a taste of what is in store on this 25th anniversary edition of Whitney Houston

Here is the acappella version of Whitney Houston’s smash hit song How Will I Know:

Fabulous!! You’re gonna wanna get this album, y’all! Enter now :)


  • Care

    Hey trent,
    here’s the first offocial pictures of carrie underwood and mike fisher!!


  • Who would want a copy of Whitney’s music. When she gives up fur…..I’ll get off her back. Why do you keep peddling Whitney’s music…..are you getting a cut of her sales????? You keep posting her stuff and it’s crap……….because she ‘loves her fur”

    • @Jean — I blog about the things I like, always have, always will. I don’t get a cut of anything I blog about. Ads are ads, the content I blog about is completely separate and not paid content. Whitney Houston is a legend, believe it or not but she has legions of fans despite the fact that you don’t seem to care for her.

  • jeannette

    I believe he does get some sort of deal. Trent, why must you be so defensive when someone simply asks a question?

    • @jeannette — What deal? What defensive? I’m merely clearing up misconceptions. I wasn’t asked a question, an assumption was made that is incorrect.

  • jeannette

    you don’t have to hop on and answer questions that people have no business in knowing. however, i have seen you do it on several other occasions. it comes off as defensive and rude.

    i’m sorry but i think that you jumped the shark when you moved from your previous site.

    • @jeannette — I like responding to comments, I will continue to respond to comments. I’m sorry you find my responses “defensive and rude” but I’m still gonna keep the dialogue going. You’re free to feel I “jumped” the shark, I gotta say that I disagree :D

  • Richard

    You tell them Trent. She’s a legend. Black, beautiful, astonishing voice with a pedigree of legendary relatives like Dionne, mother Cissy and cousin Dee Dee, and not to mention godmother Aretha. They only come once in a lifetime and she was/is it.