- Family sources said she took turkey sandwich and jalapenos into bathroom to eat after her bath
- President Obama said his thoughts and prayers were with the family
- Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston thought to have spent thousands of dollars on prescription drugs at Mickey Fine's pharmacy
- Police confirmed her body was found under water but are not ruling drowning as cause of death
- Private jet flying body to Newark, New Jersey, where funeral will take place this weekend
- May be buried next to father John Houston in nearby Westfield
- Coroner maintains exact cause of death not known until toxicology results
- Said 'nothing out of the ordinary' was found in hotel room
- Celine Dion said 'drugs and showbusiness' killed Whitney Houston;
Tragic pictures released of the hotel room in which Whitney Houston died show remnants of her final meal - a hamburger, fries and a turkey sandwich - which she is said to have eaten in the bathroom right before she died.
The pictures also show the star was drinking champagne and beer shortly before her death and it is suggested the lethal combination of alcohol with prescription drug Xanax - which was also found at the scene - could have been the cause of her death.
A tray can be seen on the floor of the bathroom which is said to have contained the turkey sandwich and jalapenos. A Gilette razor, glass of water and items of clothing are also strewn on the floor.
Family sources told TMZ Whitney ate the burger and fries in the hotel suite before taking the turkey sandwich and jalapenos into the bathroom where she planned on eating them after her bath.
Press secretary Jay Carney spoke on behalf of the White House, saying it's hard not to be an admirer of the singer's 'immense talent'.
And, he said it's a tragedy to lose somebody so talented at such a young age.
The body of the singer, 48, was found in a bathtub at her suite in the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel on Saturday, surrounded by different bottles of prescription pills including ibuprofen - a painkiller, Xanax - an anti-anxiety drug, Midol - for menstrual cramps, amoxicillin - for bacterial infections and several others.
TMZ reported that some of the prescriptions were filled out at the infamous Mickey Fine pharmacy, which was raided in 2009 by the DEA for evidence of 'improper dispensing of controlled substances', in connection with the death of Michael Jackson.
These reports have yet to be confirmed.
One of the drugs Jackson was said to have received from there was the highly addictive Demerol - one of the drugs which was alleged to have contributed to his death - and that agents believe the Beverly Hill's pharmacy may have refilled prescriptions without a doctor's authorisation.
Mickey Fine's is thought to have been the go-to pharmacy for both singers who are believed to have spent thousands of dollars there.
According to TMZ, Mickey Fine also sued Jackson in 2007 for non-payment of a bill of more than $100,000.
Some of the prescriptions found in Houston's hotel room were reportedly issued in 2011, but some were believed to have been more recent.
The amoxicillin was recently prescribed to Houston for a sore throat, sources told TMZ.
A coroner ruled today that it was impossible to ascertain the exact cause of the singer's death but ruled out foul play.
A source close to the investigation said it was 'from drugs and not from drowning'.
Police confirmed today that her body was found under water but that she may have died before being submersed.
A natural cause of death has not been ruled out either.
Los Angeles assistant chief coroner Ed Winter refused to go into details and said toxicology reports will not be available for several weeks, making it impossible to pinpoint the exact cause of death.
He confirmed to ABC that officials found prescription bottles, but said there wasn't anything 'alarming' or 'out of the ordinary' about them.