While we were graced with an absolutely stunning rendition of I Will Always Love You from Jordin Sparks last night on the Billboard Music Awards, we now have Whitney Houston's last song EVER recorded.
Just four days before her untimely passing, Whitney recorded a duet with Jordin for their upcoming movie, Sparkle, where Whitney plays Jordin's mom.
Sparkle, which is a remake of the 1976 film, will be in theaters August 17 and will feature the track Celebrate.
Take a listen to the duet in FULL (above)!
The uplifting, positive song — written by R. Kelly — reminds us to celebrate those loved ones in our lives and to put our troubles away!
Producer Harvey Mason Jr. said:
"We ended the session dancing around the control room while she said 'Turn it up! Turn it up!' She was so fun-loving."
It really sounds like both Whitney and Jordin had fun during the recording session…and what better track to use to celebrate Whitney’s life and career?!
Whitney also sings on another song on the soundtrack, gospel hymn His Eye Is On The Sparrow…which we are certain will make everyone's eyes well up in theaters.
We miss you, Whitney.
[Image via Alicia Gbur/Sony.]
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