Whitney Houston's Final Song Released
Hours after John Legend, Jordin Sparks and daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown paid homage to the late Whitney Houston at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, the singer's final song Celebrate was released Monday.
The up-tempo dance track is a collaboration with Sparks, who plays Houston's daughter in Sparkle, the film they completed shortly before her death. Famed R&B man R. Kelly produced the recording.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Houston was found dead at 48 February 11 at the Beverly Hills Hilton, after officials said she accidentally drowned in a bathtub with cocaine in her system.
Sparkle, also featuring Mike Epps, Cee Lo Green and Tamela Mann, will be released in theaters on August 17.
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