Luminous legend Whitney Houston has been immortalized in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
Leading the Class of 2020, the icon deemed “The Voice” was formally inducted into the coveted Hall tonight (November 7) at a virtual ceremony mounted after the global health crisis forced a postponement of the original May 2 event.
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Notorious B.I.G., Depeche Mode, the Doobie Brothers, Nine Inch Nails, and T. Rex join Houston in receiving one of the most prized honors in music.
Interestingly, both Houston and Biggie are first-time nominees and were granted entry on their first consideration.
It’s notable, though, that the singer (who tragically died in 2012) was first eligible for consideration in 2010.
Houston, Biggie, and the rest of their class join a legendary list of past inductees, which includes Michael Jackson, Madonna, The Beatles, and recent entrant Janet Jackson.
Watch the moment the ‘I Will Always Love You’ performer was inducted below…
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