The performance took place at the Kelly Price & Friends pre-Grammy concert February 10, according to Huffington Post.
A video of the performance was later posted to YouTube where viewers can see the late Houston take the stage for the very last time and sing “Oh yes, he loves me.”
Houston’s death shocked the world Saturday, when she was found submerged in a Beverly Hilton bathtub just one day shy of the Grammy Awards.
Houston was set to celebrate at the pre-Grammy Awards party Saturday night but was reportedly found by her bodyguards and hairdresser at the time of her death. Paramedics were on the scene in minutes but attempts to revive her were unsuccessful and the singer was pronounced dead around 3:55 p.m.
The cause of death was currently unknown though there were no signs of criminal intent. The actual cause of death will be determined by the L.A. Co. Coroner’s Office—An autopsy was set to take place Sunday.
Houston’s 18-year-old daughter with ex-husband Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina Brown, didn’t take the news well and was rushed to the hospital Sunday.
Bobbi was reportedly turned down by police from seeing her mom in the hotel room Saturday.
In a similar situation, rapper Ray J, Houston’s rumored boyfriend, was also attempting to see Houston but was denied access to the room.
Ex-husband Bobby Brown, who was married to Houston for 15 years, was performing in Southaven, Miss. Saturday night when she died and shared his sorrow with the crowd. “I would like to say, I love you, Whitney. The hardesnt thing for me to do is come on this stage,” Brown said.
Sunday night the Grammy Awards will kick off without the legendary singer who took home six Grammy Awards in the past. Earlier today, show officials scrambled to get a tribute together to honor Houston. It was revealed that Jennifer Hudson and Chaka Khan will perform.