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Album: I Will Always Love You (Live At the 54th Annual Grammy Awards) - Single

Artist: Jennifer Hudson

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 The Recording Academy

Tracklist For I Will Always Love You (Live At the 54th Annual Grammy Awards) - Single By Artist Jennifer Hudson

Title Artist Time
I Will Always Love You (Live A Jennifer Hudson 3:04 USD 1.29
I Will Always Love You (Live A Jennifer Hudson 3:09 USD 1.99

Reviews For I Will Always Love You (Live At the 54th Annual Grammy Awards) - Single By Artist Jennifer Hudson

  • Beautiful

    By Dec3lann
    Jennifer you are beautiful :) and we will always love you whitney <3
  • UM…….. NO!!

    By kwietboi
    I thought her performance was one of her Nutri System commercials. Some songs should be left alone and this was one of them. And I am NOT going to say it was so excellent and "she made it her own" when she sounded terrible singing Whitney's version of Dolley's song. Whitney made it her own! Jennifer and the Grammys should've left it alone or got someone with the pipes to bring it like Whitney brought it (Patti LaBelle immediately comes to mind). So iTunes sees this as an opportunity to make money off of Whitney's death with this song is wrong donating it or not. Period…. it's just wrong.

    By Stars1012fame
    Best.Tribute.Ever!!! Great Job J Huds!!!!!!!!
  • Tribute

    By sibelvio
    Ms. Hudson paid such a venerable tribute to one of the greatest singers of our time. The dramatic pauses, the ornate grace notes, and her beautiful vibrato really sent to the audience the tragic death of Whitney Houston. While no one will ever be able to sing this song like Whitney herself, Ms. Hudson paid great homage with this beautiful rendition. Thank you Jennifer.
  • Awful and OVERRATED!

    By W.H.Y.?
    Awful! If Jennifer Hudson truly wanted to honor Whitney, she should've written and sang her own song...always covering too many songs. I would've enjoyed the song better if Dolly Parton had sung it that night for Whitney. Charging for this horrible cover cheapens the memory of Whitney by making money off of her death like that. If there was a NEGATIVE STAR rating I would have rated it as such!
  • Nope

    By QuiQue 22
    Don't get me wrong she's awesome , nut nothing will EVER come close to Whitney's version.
  • Incredible! Poignant! Touching!! Fitting!!

    By betcamus
    Few may argue that Jen didn't "let loose" voclly on this tribute, but I feel that she did what was necessary and warranted and gave a fitting tribute to woman who's voice captivated/mesemrized a generation for several decades. Great job Jen, great job, MaMa!!
  • Good Enough for Whitney!

    By Miles Davis Moody
    Jennifer sang this to Whitney at the BET honors show and Whitney was at the front of the stage LIVING for Jennifer. Afterwords, Whitney brought her backstage and told her she was handing her the torch, the same way Aretha did to Whitney. Whitney loved Jennifer's version, she told her no one has sung the song like that except her, so all the haters can know they are hating on behalf of no one but themselves!
  • Thank you Jennifer Hudson!

    By dara olivia
    Thank you Jennifer Hudson for an amazing tribute to Whitney Houston! You did her proud! You sang my favorite love long with your own style and grace. It is honorable that the proceeds of this song are donated to Musicares….Amazing! : )
  • Such a gifted artist

    By aketce
    I have always rooted for Jennifer Hudson since she was on American Idol. This performance just gave me chills. She is such a beautiful soul and to do that performance on so little notice and be so flawless just shows what a strong person she is. Through all the personal pain she has experienced in her own life she gets back up and knocks it out of the park. Way to go Jennifer. It makes me sad that there always has to be haters or negative comments. Just enjoy her gift, we need more people in this world that build others up and not just those that are always trying to knock you down!

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