Charice Performs Epic Tribute To Whitney Houston In Concert — Watch

Tue, February 14, 2012 1:14pm EST by 114 Comments

If you thought Jennifer Hudson’s Grammys tribute was moving, you’d better prepare to feel some serious feelings.

We’re used to being blown away by Charice‘s epic in-concert covers, but trust me — your heart is not prepared to hear her tribute to the late, great Whitney Houston. During a Feb. 13 concert, Charice performed “I Have Nothing,” coincidentally written by Charice’s producer David Foster, as well as “I Will Always Love,” reducing the entire audience to a puddle of emotions.

(UPDATE: It turns out this video is being inaccurately sent around the internet as a new tribute video, when it was actually filmed back in 2009. But it means so much more now, so I’ll let it slide.)

Watch Charice’s tribute performance below, then head to the comments section with your thoughts on Charice, Whitney, or life in general. Let’s just share some feelings.

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— Andy Swift

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Lina Robertshaw

Posted at 6:19 PM on January 31, 2014  

Yes ,nothing can sing like Charice. Bravo!!!!! It’s a shame that the general US audience
would rather hear Beiber

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Posted at 12:44 AM on May 14, 2012  

Charice is a gifted artist. Now that Whitney is gone, Celine Dion’s singing contract will probably expire, there is absolutely no one to fill their shoes, except Charice, and she has proven it in such a brief period of time. Her international success as an artist is soaring. Gone were the days of dreaming and sketching her fave idols!

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