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Whitney Houston performed for the very last time Thursday evening at a pre-Grammys soiree in Los Angeles.
The six-time Grammy winner, who died Saturday afternoon, took the stage for one final performance on Feb. 9 at soul singer and R&B nominee Kelly Price's "For the Love of R&B Grammy Party" held at L.A.'s Tru Nightclub, CBS News reports.
Houston, 48, sang a duet of the Christian hymn "Jesus Loves Me" with Price, 38. A member of the audience recorded the performance and shared it with CBS News. According to People, the late pop diva arrived at the party two hours after it began with her 18-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina as her guest.
Later in the evening, Houston -- dressed in a snug-fitting black dress with a plunging neckline -- was spotted sitting in the club's VIP section and even dancing throughout the party to various songs, including Bell Biv Devoe's classic R&B hit, "Poison."
On the Grammys' red carpet, an emotional Price told E! News' Ryan Seacrest about her unexpected duet with Houston.
"I wasn't expecting her to sing," the nominee explained of Houston's impromptu performance. "I wasn't asking her to do that."
Watch Whitney's final performance below: