Whitney Houston received a final sendoff by the Grammys, Thursday, Halle Berry, Britney Spears, Jennifer Hudson, Usher and other celebrities have shared their memories and in tribute to the deceased singer.Academy Award winner Berry made a tearful meeting with “We Will Always Love You:. A tribute to Grammy Awards Whitney Houston” special, and praised the “unforgettable” performer
“She inspired a whole generation of girls and women to believe in their dreams and they know themselves as the greatest gift of all. I was one of those girls who is a woman who never, never keep Whitney Houston, “says Berry.The event was followed by Houston girl Bobbi Kristina Brown, who was accompanied by her boyfriend Nick Gordon and his sister-in-law Pat Houston. Noticeably absent was Houston’s mother, Cissy, and his brother Gary. record label executive Clive Davis, who discovered the deceased singer, next to the family first. tribute comes at the end of the year when the music world was startled by the sudden death of Houston 48 years in February. She was found dead in a bathtub Beverly Hills hotel the night before the Grammy Awards, from what authorities said was the accidental drowning due to cocaine use and cardiovascular disease. A tribute to
Houston was soon introduced to the Grammy Awards in February with Jennifer Hudson sings a sincere interpretation of “I Will Always Love You” on a stage lit by a single spotlight. Later in May, R & B Jordin Sparks, who co-starred with Houston in the finals late singer movie “Sparkle”, sang the same song at the ceremony in honor of Billboard Music.n ‘there was no question of Houston eventful life and history of substance abuse on Thursday as Grammy organizers decided to focus on the results of the career of the late singer and the most famous shows, including his interpretation of the ” Star-Spangled Banner “at the Super Bowl 1991. Hudson channeled Thursday Houston style from the 1980s with big hair and sparkling blazer, creating a more up-tempo song with a medley of “I’m Every Woman” “How Will I Know” and “I Wanna Dance With Somebody. ” R & B star Usher sang “I Believe In You And Me” and gospel singers Yolanda Adams and Cece Winans produced a memorable performance of “Count On Me”, who had family in Houston in tears. Canadian singer Celine Dion was on the bill for the evening, but was unable to do this, the sound interpretation of “The Greatest Love Of All” in Canada in the air the television special. event organizers have decided to Houston’s famous song to leave, “I Will Always Love You” the late singer, with a tape of her singing in 1994 Grammy Awards. Presenters at the event shared their memories. Pop star and “X Factor” judge said Spears version of Houston’s “I Have Nothing” scored her a contract with a record company and started his career. The audience also had the right to exclusive interviews with the early career of Houston, who talk to her celebrity, philosophy and religion. one hour CBS special will be broadcast on November 16.