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Swan Song: Whitney Houston's Last Performance! (Video)

By shanaaborn |

An unforgettable voice.

The world is reeling at the news of Whitney Houston‘s tragic death. It’s hard to believe that we’ll never hear her glorious voice again.

So envy the lucky people at Thursday’s pre-Grammy party who heard Whitney sing for the last time. It was an impromptu performance that lasted only a few seconds, but now it’s a poignant piece of history. Her voice is breathy and not as powerful as it was in her heyday, but still beautiful and pure.

Ironically – and perhaps prophetically – the song was “Yes, Jesus Loves Me.”

This video, and the photo here that accompanies it, comes courtesy of fellow performer Kelly Price.

Click the link.

Watch. Listen. Have a tissue handy.

Whitney\’s Last Song

[photo: via Twitter]

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Shana Aborn is a writer and editor specializing in women's lifestyle issues. Formerly on staff at Ladies' Home Journal and MAMM, she is currently the managing editor of Life & Beauty Weekly. Read bio and latest posts → Read shanaaborn's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “Swan Song: Whitney Houston's Last Performance! (Video)

  1. Sili says:

    Wish I could watch the video. It says it is set to private :-( .

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