Diabolical Tabloid Recreates Whitney's Death With Sick PhotoshootS

Though neither Jennifer Aniston's nor Kate Middleton's twins have ever materialized, Brad and Angelina are still together and Michael Douglas Deathwatch™ was a failure, tabloid coverage had not sunk as low as it possibly could. Until today. A new low: The National Enquirer printed a story called "Whitney's Final Minutes," in which they recreated Whitney Houston's death scene. The cover screams, "What REALLY happened," and presents a photograph of a woman unconscious on a bathroom floor, but if you look closely, you will see the words, "PHOTO RE-CREATION." They hired a woman to pose as Whitney Houston's dead body.

Diabolical Tabloid Recreates Whitney's Death With Sick PhotoshootS

The copy claims that Whitney Houston's brain was "too dulled from booze and drugs to keep her head from slipping under the water's surface." Alcohol and Xanax are blamed, and a source says that in the days before she died, Houston visited a two different doctors, who informed her that her voice would never be the same. Devastated, "she partied the weekend away." There are no photo credits on the images (or any pictures in the Enquirer), but the story has eight different writers attached to it, as well as a picture called "Her Last Meal," which appears to be Whitney Houston's (or someone's) room service tray. Last night, TMZ reported that the Beverly Hilton hotel room Whitney Houston died in has already been re-occupied by new guests. Could they be reporters from the Enquirer?

Diabolical Tabloid Recreates Whitney's Death With Sick PhotoshootS

Meanwhile, the Enquirer pulls a "told ya so," printing all of their awful Whitney-related covers in an effort to convince you that they're usually right and knew that she was in trouble all along. However: Keep in mind that this same publication has also claimed that Jennifer Aniston is pregnant, Brad and Angelina split, Oprah has three years to live and the Jolie-Pitt twins have Down Syndrome. This Whitney cover is pretty close to the Worst Deathsplotation Ever, but that honor goes to the July 2009 issue of Ok!, with the cover featuring Michael Jackson's dead body. Actual corpse trumps fake corpse.