Tuesday, August 4, 2015

"Yes, Jesus Loves Me": Whitney Houston's Last Performance

On Thursday night, two days before she died in a Los Angeles hotel room, Whitney Houston joined her friend Kelly Price on stage for what turned out to be her final performance. In a low rasp, the daughter of singer Cissy Houston (and god-daughter of Aretha Franklin) sang a verse of the gospel standard "Yes, Jesus Love Me." Watch a video clip captured by a fan below, and click here to see a video from earlier in the day Thursday, with Houston dropping in on Brandy, Monica and Clive Davis interview for the E! channel.

"Yes, Jesus Loves Me": Whitney Houston's Last Performance

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On Thursday night, two days before she died in a Los Angeles hotel room, Whitney Houston joined her friend Kelly Price on stage for what turned out to be her final performance. In a low rasp, the daughter of singer Cissy Houston (and god-daughter of Aretha Franklin) sang a verse of the gospel standard "Yes, Jesus Love Me." Watch a video clip captured by a fan below, and click here to see a video from earlier in the day Thursday, with Houston dropping in on Brandy, Monica and Clive Davis interview for the E! channel.

Previously: RIP, Whitney Houston Follow In The Mix on Twitter here

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