Lorde Apologizes For Whitney Houston-Quoting Bathtub Instagram

Sheila Mcguire
April 6, 2018

Lorde was forced to apologise after sharing a photo of a bathtub alongside a Whitney Houston lyric.

The caption was particularly controversial because Houston died at age 48 in February 2012 after accidentally drowning in a bathtub.

Sweet Lorde has since taken to Instagram stories to issue a very hasty and heartfelt "Sorry". But based on Lorde's apology it seems like she didn't post the photo maliciously, it was an honest mistake. "Lorde is probably sitting in the tub not realizing what she just did", one fan tweeted.

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The show will go into detail about the late singer's life, using original recordings of her greatest hits, as well as home videos and archives from her family estate. Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, died three years later in 2015 in eerily similar circumstances.

So Lorde is an worldwide pop star, which counts for something I guess. "Im sure lorde regrets it theres not a singer out there that dont look up to whitney (sic)".

Not long after, the "Royals" singer (real name Ella Yelich-O'Connor) listened to her fans and took down the post. Some even said they were disowning Lorde as a fan.

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At the time, Lorde wore a rainbow flag wrapped around her body as she performed the Whitney Houston classic in support of the nation's vote in favor of marriage equality Lorde is now on the U.S. East Coast for her Melodrama World Tour.

The 21-year-old posted a photo of a marble bath filling up quote Whitney's famous song I Will Always Love You.

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