Whitney Houston's many fantastic performances are being shared via online videos and MP3s all over the Web, but her very last public performance is also being shared.
On Feb. 9, Houston appeared onstage with R&B singer Kelly Price at a pre-Grammys party in Los Angeles.
Price hugged Houston, then handed her the microphone and stood close by as Houston sang a modern take on the traditional church song "Jesus Loves Me." Price joins her for some parts of the song.
The performance is soft and Houston's voice raspy, in some portions drowned out by the enthusiastic crowd yelling, among other things, "Sing, Whitney!" She and Price stand face-to-face as she sings, and when she finishes, Price calls out "Miss Whitney Houston, ladies and gentlemen!" as the crowd applauds.
In a teary interview with Rolling Stone, Price said Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was with her at the event, and that Houston showed no signs of being impaired. "There was no craziness going on, absolutely none of it," she told the magazine. "It was great, she had a good time, she was happy and that was all night long."
Price also told Rolling Stone the song choice was appropriate for a singer whose career began in church. "She’s a church girl, she related to the church girl in me," she said. "And at the end of the day, whatever was going on, our conversation could always go back to the foundation of our lives, starting out singing in church."
Low-quality video versions of the song have been shared on YouTube.
Houston's body was found in her room at the Beverly Hills Hilton Saturday afternoon. She was 48. A cause of death has not been determined.
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