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Whitney Houston had affair with married man at 15 – Michael Jackson blushes

by | 4th, March 2012

IN “Whitney’s secret affair with Jackson”, the Sun leads with news that Whitney Houston had a “secret affair” with…Big Brother star Jermaine Jackson. Having been told earlier that Whitney wanted to marry Michael Jackson, we enter the realm of mistaken identity.

Pinning down what Michael Jackson looked like was akin to hitting a moving target. Thoughts are that had the King of Pop lived longer, he’d have been mistaken for Joe Jackson and be a freckle away from EastEnders harridan Bianca Jackson.

Says the Sun:

The romance explains why 56-year-old Jermaine — a married man at the time — was so devastated by pop diva Whitney’s death in a Los Angeles hotel last month.

By that reckoning, Whitney was also shagging Kevin Coster, Al Sharpton, Rihanna, the woman with the balloons outside her memorial show….

Whitney’s No1 hit Saving All My Love For You echoed the story of her secret affair with Jermaine.

That song was originally a minor hit for Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. in 1978 on their album Marilyn & Billy.

Whitney was only 15 years old back then, and Jermaine 22. Michael Masser and Gerry Goffin, who co-wrote the song, has already seen sparks?

The blockbuster ballad is about a woman having a romance with a married man — as Jackson was at the time — and waiting for him to be hers.

Whitney Houston as shagging a married man when she was 15?! Hold the front page.

Whitney even hired a Jermaine lookalike for the song’s video.

Why didn’t she just hire Jermaine Jackson, a man who appeared on Big Brother and then made a dance show about the dead Michael Jackson. Was his fee to high? Surely not.

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Rising star Whitney Houston is seen with music producer Clive Davis, in 1983, shortly after signing a contract with Arista Records. (AP Photo)



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