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Mariah introduces the segment by sharing her memories of her late friend Whitney Houston, before Monica, Brandy, Cissy and Chaka Khan take turn to sing on stage.
The clip mixes footage from the Salim Akil-directed movie with scenes of the 'American Idol' alumna and her 'Sparkle' co-stars having a good time together.
The gospel singer will pay homage to her late daughter along with 'a few top divas' at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
'What we wanted to do was make sure that this was a fun, happy video and just kind of dedicating it to her,' the 'I Am Woman' songstress says of the visuals for her joint track with the late Houston.
The 'Sex Therapy' singer sings 'Exhale (Shoop Shoop)' while walking down the quiet streets in Los Angeles.
The teen daughter of Whitney Houston is spotted playing slot machines with Nick Gordon at the MGM Resort and Casino.
Titled 'Celebrate', the uptempo track produced by R. Kelly is the last song the 'I Will Always Love You' singer recorded before her tragic death in February.
Robert Sean Leonard says the ending will not tie up everything, but Hugh Laurie thinks the audience will be happy for his titular character.
The daughter of Whitney Houston struggles to hold back her tears when the rendition of 'I Will Always Love You' is performed by Jordin Sparks.
The award is presented in a special tribute which features Whoopi Goldberg, John Legend and Jordin Sparks before being accepted by Bobbi Kristina and Pat Houston.
Beside tributes to the musicians who died this year, the Sunday, May 20 event will present 'a continuum of great production values from start to finish'.
Contrary to the swirling rumors, a representative for the New Edition member claims the song was written a while back and its music video will feature his fiancee Alicia Etheridge.
'Don't Let Me Die', a single from Brown's new album, is the singer's ode for his ex-wife who died in February of drowning.
Raffles van Exel is trying to clear his name from reports that suggested he was the one who supplied the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker with cocaine before her untimely death.
Jordin Sparks and John Legend are set to join forces in a live performance dedicated to the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.