9 years after Whitney Houston‘s untimely passing, fans – including the generations of celebrity singers she influenced – continue to honor her incomparable legacy.
One of the more pronounced endeavors in that stead came Sunday (February 7) when GRAMMY-nominated diva Jazmine Sullivan took to Tampa to perform the U.S. National Anthem at the 2021 Super Bowl alongside Country music star Eric Church.
Still garnering praise for her soulful, soaring rendition of the historic tune, Sullivan took to ‘The Tamron Hall Show’ Friday (February 12) to reflect on the experience and dish on how Houston’s timeless take on the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ at Super Bowl XXV (1991) was an inspiration.
Look inside to hear her detail how her wardrobe and vocal arrangement were nods to ‘The Voice.’
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