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Dolly Parton 'brought to tears' by 'I Will Always Love You' at the Grammys

Dolly Parton, the original singer of Whitney Houston's ballad "I Will Always Love You," has released a statement regarding Jennifer Hudson's rendition during the tribute to Whitney at Sunday night's (Feb. 12) Grammy Awards.
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