6. Didn't We Almost Have It All - 1987 - this was Whitney's fifth consecutive number one singleand it was nominated as the Grammy Song of the Year. 7. Where Do Broken Hearts Go? - 1988 - her fourth number one single from her "Whitney" album,a feat accomplished by only three other female singers. 8. Exhale (Shoop Shoop) - 1995 - Whitney's eleventh #1 single debuted at #1 in its first week,which is only the third single to ever do this. Actor Forest Whitaker directed the music video. 9. Saving All My Love For You - 1985 - originally released by Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. in1978, this was Whitney's first #1 single. 10. So Emotional - 1988 - this was Whitney's sixth consecutive #1 single, which put her in a threeway tie with The Beatles and The Bee Gees for this feat. 11. I'm Your Baby Tonight - 1990 - title cut from the album of the same name. 12. Heartbreak Hotel - 1999 - not to be confused with the Elvis Presley hit of the same name,Whitney's song included help from R&B singers Faith Evans and Kelly Price. 13. You Give Good Love - 1985 - Whitney's first Top 10 single was originally offered to RobertaFlack. 14. I'm Every Woman - 1993 - originally a hit for Chaka Khan in 1978, going to #21 on the weeklycharts and with Whitney doing backing vocals, Whitney recorded the same song going to #4. 15. I Have Nothing - 1993 - the third Top 10 single from her "The Bodyguard Soundtrack" album. 16. I Believe In You And Me - 1996 - originally recorded by The Four Tops in 1983, Whitneyreleased the song on her "The Preacher's Wife" soundtrack. 17. It's Not Right But It's Okay - 1999 - Whitney received the 2000 Grammy Award for Best R&BFemale Vocalist Performance for this song. 18. My Love Is Your Love - 1999 - the third Top 10 single from the album of the same name. 19. One Moment In Time - 1988 - a song used by NBC-TV for the 1988 Olympics. 20. The Star Spangled Banner - 2001 - recorded at Super Bowl XXV in 1991, with all proceedsgoing to the fighting men and women in the Persian Gulf and going to #20 on the weekly charts, itwas re-released following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, going to #6 on the weeklycharts and again all proceeds went to charity; this time to the firefighters and victims of the attacks. As an actress, Whitney starred with Kevin Costner in "The Bodyguard." She also appeared in"Waiting To Exhale" and "The Preacher's Wife." On TV, she appeared, in her early years, onepisodes of "Gimme A Break" and "Silver Spoons." She was the fairy godmother in the 1997version of "Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella."