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Video: The Top 5 Renditions Of ‘I Will Always Love You’ Since Whitney Houston’s Death

Ever since Whitney Houston's untimely death, celebrities have been paying tribute to her by performing "I Will Always Love You," which was penned by Dolly Parton but made famous by Whitney's amazing rendition. This type of memorializing tends to serve the double purpose of paying tribute to Whitney and getting that celebrity what he or she hopes is the right kind of attention.
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