JUST IN: Whitney Houston Found Dead In Bathtub Under Water

Now comes word where Whitney Houston was found in her hotel room: In the bathtub submerged under water.

According to TMZ, Whitney’s  “face was below the water and her legs were up…like she had slid down the back of the tub.”

Whitney was found by her female hairdresser, who went into the bathroom to check on Whitney, and screamed when she found Whintey. The bodyguard ran in, found that her body was very cold. He then attempted CPR. Hotel security was then called, the paramedics arrived shortly after.

Nick Carter: My Family Prevented Me From Going To Leslie’s Funeral

Nick Carter has finally broken his silence about his absence from his sister Leslie‘s funeral this weekend.

“I wanted to be at my sister’s funeral, but my family has always had a complicated dynamic,” Nick said in a statement.

Nick, who dedicated a song to Leslie during an NYC performance last week, performed in Atlantic City and hosted an after party there over the weekend.

Still, Nick said, “I love my family. I want to thank everyone for all of their compassion and support that I have received during this most difficult time,” he added. “There are so many emotions for me surrounding the loss of my sister. I am trying to stay healthy, positive and focused.”

 

Demi Moore Checks Into Rehab At Utah’s Cirque Lodge

Demi Moore‘s whereabouts have finally been revealed: She’s checked into Cirque Lodge rehab in Utah.

A source tells E! News Demi arrived at Cirque Lodge the week following her Jan. 23 hospitalization, after she suffered seizure-like symptoms during a party at her home.

“She’s on total lockdown and only talking to a small group of people,” a source told E!, adding that Demi is being treated for both an eating disorder and addiction issues.

Cirque Lodge alum include Lindsay Lohan, Eva Mendes and Mary-Kate Olsen.

NEW PHOTO: Nick Carter Performs In NYC…Makes Emotional Tribute To Sister

Nick Carter made his first public appearance Thursday since the death of his sister earlier this week.

The 32-year-old singer performed at NYC’s Irving Plaza, just two days after Leslie died.

During the  “Falling Down,” he told the audience, “I never thought I’d have to, but I’d like to dedicate this song to my sister.” He then appeared to be holding back tears during the emotional performance.