Photograph (Felix Jaehn Remix) Ed Sheeran
12 February 2012, 09:43
The British singer performs 'Who You Are' at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy Awards party.
Jesse J has delivered an emotional tribute to Whitney Houston in Los Angeles – just hours after the 48-year-old singer died.
The British star performed her hit 'Who You Are' in honour of the late singer at Clive Davis' pre-show party ahead of the Grammy Awards.
Speaking to Capital FM in January, Jessie revealed that she was a big fan of Whitney and that her track 'Domino' had been inspired by her.
"Me, Claude [Kelly] and [Dr.] Luke sat and listened to Whitney Houston in the studio, and Prince," Jessie told Capital FM. "I was like, 'I want to write my version of that in this day and age.""[We] wanted to do something up-tempo, fun, everyone can sing along to it, every age can dance to it.
"It's such a happy song, it makes me smile."
Jessie J pays tribute to Whitney Houston ahead of the Grammy Awards:
Whitney, who had been scheduled to attend the party hosted by her long-time mentor, died in her room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday (11th February).
Paramedics tried to resuscitate the 'I Will Always Love You' singer, but she was pronounced dead at 15.55 (local time). She was 48.
Whitney had been staying at the hotel ahead of the Grammy Awards, which are due to take place in Los Angeles tonight (12th February).
You can watch a video of Jessie J covering Whitney Houston's 'I Have Nothing' below: