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She wears a frumpy sweater; tight jeans; blue flats; and rounded glasses, giving her the appearance of a stereotypical bookworm. Mason • Brandon "Buggzy" Wilson • Chad Kensington • Deborah Kim • Eric "J.

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While Cox needs no help with the vocal element (she sings just like Houston! Cox enlisted the help of makeup artist Jay Manuel of fame to help create her looks onstage."We want to be able to get looks that definitely make those stand-out moments that are very memorable," says Manuel, who will use his cosmetic line, Jay Manuel Beauty, to give Cox and the rest of the cast their onstage glow.

"We wanted something edgy and different."WATCH: Ariana Grande Seriously Slays Medley of Whitney Houston's Hits The score for the musical includes irresistible classics such as "Saving All My Love," "I Have Nothing," "I Wanna Dance With Somebody," "One Moment in Time," "So Emotional," "Queen of the Night," "Run to You," "I'm Your Baby Tonight" and "I Will Always Love You."Cox tried to nail down her favorite Houston song for ET."That is the hardest question ever," Cox says.

After Jason breaks out of his display case, Deborah's corpse is found leaning on the stove with a kitchen knife pinning her hand to the counter.

Deborah Kim has clear markings of Asian ancestry, although it remains unknown exactly what her ethnicity is.

Deborah is, at heart, a team-oriented counselor; she should consider finding help from another counselor who can act as her bodyguard.

With enough time, and Jason's attention focused elsewhere, she shouldn't have problems fixing an objective.

Whitney Houston fans will be delighted by The Bodyguard: The Musical, a rich R&B trip down memory lane adapted from Houston’s 1992 film.