WATCH: Whitney Houston Documentary ‘Can I Be Me’ Trailer

“How would I like to be remembered? Well, I guess it doesn’t even matter because they’re going to remember me the way they want to remember me anyway!” The trailer for Whitney Houston’s upcoming documentary, Can I Be Me, starts off with the very playfully curt essence of Houston.

Directed by Nick Broomfield (Biggie and Tupac), Can I Be Me follows the superstar’s career and troubled marriage to Bobby Brown, promises to unveil an unparalleled look at the life and untimely passing of one of the world’s most successful female artists. The documentary is set to contain unseen footage and live recordings from Houston’s life.

Whitney Houston is known as one of pop music’s best-selling artists of all-time, with an estimated 170–200 million records sold worldwide. A multi-talented person with talents in singing, acting, modeling, and producing, Houston’s legacy will be cemented as a musical and pop culture icon forever.

Check out the trailer above! We look forward to seeing this intimate documentary!



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