From The Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’ to Queen‘s ‘We Will Rock You,’ Janet Jackson‘s ‘What Have You Done for Me Lately’ (as we reported here), and more, Katy Perry‘s never been shy about taking to the stage to tackle the classic hits of some of music history’s most legendary acts over the years.
Now, as the rave reviews continue to roll in for her recently launched ‘PLAY’ residency in Las Vegas, the GRAMMY nominee is making headlines again for more of the same – this time flexing her vocal chops to Whitney Houston‘s 1986 #1 hit, ‘Greatest Love of All.’
Performing the challenging cut as part of a finale medley with her own #1 hit, ‘Firework,’ look inside to hear the inspiring note Perry ends her show on.
Song isn’t whitneys.. She just covered it… Just like many of her songs…. She’s the cover queen.
what an irrelevant statement. whether she covered it or not, if she has a version…especially a version that went to #1…the song is just as much hers as any other person’s
who the song dont belong to is katy!
Not really, so if Katy Perry makes it a single, it becomes hers as well. Lol. The success of the song is irrelevant.
Agreed lol. She should have went right into shouting about those fireworks and left this one alone.
Tell di big fot gyal fi come orta mi ouse!
Please ignore the b I t ch above 💅🏾 Siiiiiiiii ayyyyyyy papi, mas leche
This is more like Greatest d*** down her throat. What a disgrace to Whitney!
“Tackles” is the appropriate word
She can still sing, Katy did amazing.
That hurt to listen to.
Interesting pop cover it’s cute Katy style of singing
I’ll save my ears.
Omg her placement. 🙈 A shaky roller coaster of off-keyness. Last belt is nothing special, for Katy IS a Soprano. Applauding one for a mid-belt is like applauding a Tenor for clearing his throat. Stop yielding, Pharaohnic culture vulture.