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Music Video: I Will Always Love You (Live At the 54th Annual Grammy Awards)

Artisit: Jennifer Hudson

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:09

  • Copyright: Jennifer Hudson

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

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

  • songbird in her own right

    5
    By shirlga
    Jennifer is the best choice to sing a song like that.
  • Call

    5
    By Hopid
    Raetyoip
  • Yesss

    5
    By Lazaro Bull
    Sencillamente grandiosa
  • Sad

    5
    By Zezar006
    It is so sad how people are making money off of Whitney Houston's funeral they should be a shame.
  • I Will Always Love You

    5
    By FrostyandColdsnap
    At age 65, just recently purchased my AMAZING new phone and am learning more and more each day! Love i-Tunes-already have 100 songs on my Playlist. This, however, was my first video purchase. It just seemed "right" that this compelling video be the first purchase for me. Tears, of course, down my face... Have always been a fan of the enormously talented and beautiful late Whitney, but this video has now made me a huge fan of Ms. Hudson. Her face/the emotions as she sang this song. I will watch it a million times over. The price seemed too "low" for this treasure. Also, this is my very first review. I somehow felt I owed it to both these amazing women to do so...
  • Impossible

    5
    By Lehtola5
    It's almost like impossible to hit that note I will always live you I mean that song is really hard to sing!
  • YES!

    5
    By rella31
    She needed that when she was alive. People forget that celebrities r human too.
  • Puh-lease...

    1
    By Shelly49
    She's nothing but a Whitney wannabe
  • Marvelous

    5
    By Lixter
    This is great
  • Simply Beautiful...

    5
    By Quest Crew2
    and for all of you who voted one and two stars...you're either bitter or deaf.

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