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12 February 2012, 06:54
The 'Hero' singer says he will always remember getting to record with the late singer back in 2000.
Enrique Iglesias says he will always "cherish" getting the opportunity to work with Whitney Houston.
The 48 year-old singer died yesterday (11th February) in Los Angeles and tributes to the star have continued to pour in across Twitter since the news broke.
"My thoughts and prayers go out to Whitney and her entire family" Enrique tweeted today (12th February). "Working with her is an experience that I will cherish forever."
The two collaborated together back in 2000 on the duet 'Could I Have This Kiss Forever'.
The Los Angeles Police Department have confirmed they will investigate the cause of Whitney's death but have said there were no signs of any criminal intent.
Whitney Houston sold over 170 million albums, singles and videos over her near-thirty years in the music industry.