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12 February 2012, 23:54
The 'Who You Are' singer once again pays tribute to late star, who died on Saturday.
Jessie J has call the eve of her first appearance at the Grammy Awards a "surreal and memorable day".
This year's ceremony begins in less than an hour, but celebrations have been tempered by the sudden death of Whitney Houston on Saturday (11th February).
The 'Price Tag' star took to Twitter before walking the red carpet at the Staples Center to once again pay tribute to the 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody' singer.
She wrote: "Today is a surreal and memorable day. Still sinking in. We are all so blessed we was alive in the lifetime of Whitney and all were able to look up to her musically and spiritually.
"No better music inspiration than her voice, energy and music. #grammys."
Earlier today (12th February), Jessie J described Whitney's death as "the most emotional day of my career". She also performed 'Who You Are' in memory of Whitney at Clive Davis's pre-show party, which the late star had been due to attend.
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