An emotional Jennifer Hudson fought back tears as she gave a stirring rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” at last night’s Grammy Awards.
Dressed in a simple black dress, with only a piano serving as accompaniment, Hudson sang a powerful tribute to the late Houston, who presented Hudson with her first Grammy award in 2009. Hudson said at the time that the distinction “almost overshadowed getting the Grammy.”
It was reported that Hudson had such a difficult time making it through rehearsal, breaking into tears as she tried to sing the famous lyrics, that Grammy insiders didn’t think she would be able to make it through the performance — but she did it and did it well.
Watch Jennifer’s emotional performance below:
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