Bobby Brown performed last night on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Brown debuted a new song he wrote about life since Whitney Houston's death in which Bobby says he "messed up pretty bad" and begs his late ex-wife "Don't let me die." Some lyrics include: "I didn’t realize that every breath I took was from you ... You were my air.” "I guess I messed up pretty bad ... I didn’t know who you were ... I didn’t know what we had. Now I’m stuck living in the past ... trying to get the pieces back ... but I guess now you’re gone." Bobby Brown's new album drops in June which is only 4 months after Whitney died.
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DETROIT (WXYZ) - Pastor Marvin Winans' SUV remains missing as of Thursday morning and so do the men who punched, kicked and robbed the famous gospel singer. Winans was pumping gas Wednesday afternoon at a Detroit Citgo station on the corner of Linwood and Davison when at least two men ambushed him. The carjackers took his deep purple Infiniti QX56 SUV, a couple hundred dollars in cash and his watch. The legendary pastor is well known in Detroit and for his family's gospel music. Winans recently gained attention when he gave the eulogy at Whitney Houston's funeral . He told 7 Action News that he did not believe his attackers recognized him. Pastor Winans said he felt something was wrong when he came out of the gas station's convenience store. He said several men followed him out and assaulted him while he was pumping gas. They robbed him, punched him and even ripped off his pants. Pastor Winans says he's OK, but is more saddened that it has come to this
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(CBS/AP) Disco queen Donna Summer has died, a family spokesperson told the Associated Press. She was 63. Her family released a statement Thursday saying Summer had died and that they "are at peace celebrating her extraordinary life and her continued legacy."' Summer had been living in Englewood, Fla., with her husband Bruce Sudano. TMZ first reported the news, noting Summer had died in Florida on Thursday after a long battle with cancer. Insiders told TMZ she was recently working on music for a new album. Known as the "Queen of Disco," Summer was born LaDonna Adrian Gaines in Boston, Mass., in 1948, as one of seven children. She was raised on Gospel music The five-time Grammy winner rose to fame in the 1970s, scoring hits with "Last Dance," "Hot Stuff" and "Bad Girls." She co-wrote the single "Love to Love You Baby" in 1975, and went on to co-write several other hits, including "She Works Hard Fo