Top 5 Whitney Houston Performances

From a Super Bowl song to a pre-fame variety show visit, here are the late legend's best.

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At the 25th-anniversary celebration of Arista Records, the label founded by Houston's mentor Clive Davis, Houston -- more mature and as confident as ever -- gave a blowout performance of a song first made famous by Dolly Parton, but which will forever be known as a classic Houston hit.

"One Moment in Time" --Feb. 22, 1989


Houston opened the 31st Grammy Awards with the song written for the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. The song would become a favorite for sport montages over the years.

"Greatest Love of All" --Feb. 24, 1987

Whitney Houston Photos: A Career in Pictures

In honor of the legendary singer, who died Feb. 11, we remember her life and career through photos.

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