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Jennifer Hudson's Tribute To Whitney Houston At Grammys

Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to the late Whitney Houston at Sunday's Grammy Awards with a pitch perfect rendition of 'I Will Always Love You'.

The Dolly Parton original song became one of the biggest hits of all time when Houston covered it on 'The Bodyguard' soundtrack in 1992. During her career, Houston won six Grammy awards.

Hudson was said to have broken down during rehearsals for the tribute, but she managed to hold it together for the real thing.

"She's the closest thing we have now to what Whitney was," Grammy Awards host LL Cool J said on the show's red carpet.

February 13, 2012 |

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