Oprah the Great and Whitney the Diva square off on Monday and Tuesday September 14th and 15th for a two-part interview.
Winfrey, whose talk show is now in its 24th season, tells the Associated Press that her sit-down with Houston, 46, is "the best interview she has ever done." The 55-year-old billionaire also said that she couldn't remember having a stronger connection to anyone she has interviewed. Houston's last major television interview was conducted by ABC's Diane Sawyer in 2002. In that revealing one-on-one, Houston delivered infamous lines like "Crack is cheap. I make too much money to ever smoke crack."
While Winfrey looks for responses to pressing questions dealing with drug use, rehab and Bobby Brown, Houston's staying power has already been answered. According to HitsDailyDouble, Houston's I Look To You will top this week's Soundscan charts moving between 250K to 275K albums. I Look to You is her first release of new studio material since 2002's Just Whitney.