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Whitney Houston’s estate has announced that “An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Concert,” a new residency at Harrah’s Las Vegas, will begin on October 26. tickets

The concert will feature the virtual image and voice of the late singer backed by a live four-piece band and background singers and dancers performing “all the hits”.

This event has been in the works since at least 2019, when the estate first announced its partnership with publishing/management Primary Wave. Primary Wave acquired 50 percent of the estate’s assets, and the singer’s former manager and sister-in-law Pat Houston shared plans for a hologram tour, an album of unreleased tracks and a musical. 
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Why is her family still trying to exploit her image and make money out of someone who's no longer here?

Let her rest in power. 

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5 minutes ago, Teletubby said:

Primary Wave acquired 50 percent of the estate’s assets, and the singer’s former manager and sister-in-law Pat Houston shared plans for a hologram tour, an album of unreleased tracks and a musical. 

 

:giveup: :giveup: Whitney's legacy deserves better than this.  50% of the estate's assets?! 

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elijahfan

This is so offensive on all possible levels... Indecency knows no bounds.

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Tangina

How does this work? Like are they playing the same hologram or actions every time it schedules?

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Jill

This hologram looks like crap. Why don't they invest in an actual hologram instead of what looks like a plain screen?

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alsemanche

Why would anyone pay actual money to see a hologram... 

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2 minutes ago, alsemanche said:

Why would anyone pay actual money to see a hologram... 

Well, people pay money to see stars like Hatsune Miku. The problem here is that Whitney looks fake af :rip: Hatsune Miku, on the other hand, is really well done and, honestly, I wouldn't complain if they dragged me to one of her concerts.

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4 minutes ago, alsemanche said:

Why would anyone pay actual money to see a hologram... 

Ikr, who goes to these things? :laughga:

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3 minutes ago, Jill said:

Well, people pay money to see stars like Hatsune Miku. The problem here is that Whitney looks fake af :rip: Hatsune Miku, on the other hand, is really well done and, honestly, I wouldn't complain if they dragged me to one of her concerts.

Miku is different because the whole thing about her is that she's a computer generated singer and stuff like that. But seeing a dead person's hologram is just... weird and useless imo :bear: Like idk just watch youtube, she's not singing live as a hologram anyway 

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1 minute ago, Cello said:

Ikr, who goes to these things? :laughga:

Rich people who have a lot of money to spare probably :flop:

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Just now, alsemanche said:

Miku is different because the whole thing about her is that she's a computer generated singer and stuff like that. But seeing a dead person's hologram is just... weird and useless imo :bear: Like idk just watch youtube, she's not singing live as a hologram anyway 

I don't know...maybe it's the concert atmosphere that matters. I'm sure if technology was better, this would be way more enticing.

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KanyeWest

This to me proves that when artists become insanely famous they just become products, no one sees them as humans anymore. You just create a fake hologram out of them like a product that went out of sale for a long time, and make money out of the image of the person. It's very odd 

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