Entertainment John Legend & Andra Day Perform Whitney Houston’s ‘Greatest Love of All’ at Joe Biden Fundraiser

04:25  27 july  2020
04:25  27 july  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Pop superstar, Whitney Houston , performs her 1980 s #1 hit " Greatest Love of All ," at one of her concerts during her "Feels So Right Tour" in Japan 1990.

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John Legend and Andra Day delivered a beautiful duet during Joe Biden’s ‘Celebration for Change’ live streaming fundraiser Sunday night (July 26).

The pair traded vocals and harmonized on a cover of Whitney Houston’s take of “Greatest Love of All.”

Legend sat at his piano by a shelf full of awards, while Day sang from a studio setting for the virtual event in support of Democratic presidential candidate Biden.

Jay Leno, hosting the fundraiser, said both singers would return for solo performances later in the program. Legend came back with an emotional at-home version of “All of Me.”

Sara Bareilles, Barbra Streisand, Dave Matthews, and Adam Lambert were among the other performers slated to perform.

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