Monday, May 21, 2012

Jordin sparks

  • Whitney Houston sparkles on her last-ever recording, the feel-good Sparkle soundtrack number Celebrate. Recorded with co-star Jordin Sparks and produced by R. Kelly, the song serves as the lead single for the late Houstons last-ever film.
  • (MTV)
  • (CBS News) Jordin Sparks worked with Whitney Houston on the upcoming film Sparkle, but the American Idol alum had never performed Houstons monster classic, I Will Always Love You, before Sunday night.
  • (CBS News)
  • John Legend and Jordin Sparks tribute to Whitney Houston at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards moved the crowd - especially Bobbi Kristina Brown - to tears. Now, Whitneys duet with Jordin Sparks - Houstons final recording - has leaked online.
  • (The Hollywood Gossip)
  • When Whitney Houston passed away back in February, she had already finished working on her final film Sparkle, a remake of a rags-to-riches flick from 1976 co-starring Jordin Sparks.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • Bobbi Kristina Brown accepted the Millennium Award on behalf of her late mother, Whitney Houston during last night's Billboard Music Awards.  Comedian Whoopi Goldberg gave the introduction to Whitney's tribute.  I adored Whitney Houston.
  • (Examiner)
  • Jordin Sparks knocked her tribute to Whitney Houston out of the park when she performed Nippy's signature song, 'I Will Always Love You' at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards.
  • (Popcrush)
  • (RTTNews) - John Legend and Jordin Sparks both took the stage at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards to pay tribute to Whitney Houston. Legend gave a rendition of The Greatest Love of All, in a performance which brought several audience members to tears.
  • (RTT News)
  • Titled Celebrate, the uptempo track produced by R. Kelly is the last song the I Will Always Love You singer recorded before her tragic death in February. The last song recorded by Whitney Houston before her untimely passing last February has been released.
  • (AceShowbiz)
  • This years Billboard Music Awards included two performances in honor of music legends Whitney Houston and Donna Summer, performed by Jordin Sparks and John Legend and Natasha Bedingfield.
  • (LehighValleyLive.com)

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