With the enormous success of The Bodyguard movie and soundtrack, Houston went on an extensive world tour to support her projects. The opening date was in Miami on July 5, 1993. Houston received a lot of flak for showing up late and then telling a fan who wanted an autograph to sit down. Houston played five nights at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and then played six nights at the Sands Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City. Most of the shows during this 1993 US leg were in theaters because Houston wanted an intimate setting. During the US leg, Houston took a break to fly over to Europe to accompany husband Bobby Brown on his tour. Gospel act Angie & Debbie Winans were the opening act for the 1993 US leg. During the second North American leg in 1994, Houston performed at the opening ceremony of the 1994 FIFA World Cup at the Rose Bowl Stadium. During that time, the singer had throat ailments and had to cancel eight shows during that time, all of which were rescheduled a month later. The tour was a big success. Many shows were among the highest grossing shows of their week. The grossings helped Houston make Forbes Magazine’s Richest Entertainers list. Houston earned over $33 million during 1993 and 1994, the third highest for a female entertainer.