Robin Thicke Performs Emotional Tribute to Whitney Houston on ‘Ellen’

Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke honored the late Whitney Houston with an emotional performance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” The R&B crooner took a seat at the piano and sang his stripped-down cover of Houston’s 1995 hit “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” as images of the late legend flashed across TV monitors.

He was on the brink of tears as he finished to a standing ovation. “I’m sorry, I got a little choked up everybody,” he told the audience. “I was actually thinking about her the whole time.”

Following his touching tribute, he performed his single “Pretty Lil’ Heart” during the non-televised portion.



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7 Comments

  1. BOSSenough?!

    Good stuff.

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  2. Lauryn

    His Voice Is Too Soft. But He Did An OK JOB!

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  3. M.

    He did Great!

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  4. mus

    This dude sings falsetto the entire song, too much for me

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  5. Jay

    Robin Thicke is an amazing singer. I just can’t even finish this video right now. Everytime I hear her songs it just hits me.

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  6. jb

    Robin it all right..

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