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Tuesday's "Glee" will be dedicated to the late Whitney Houston. The show had coincidentally already planned for Amber Riley's Mercedes to sing "I Will Always Love You," which became a hit after Houston covered it for "The Bodyguard." In light of recent tragic events, the Valentine's Day episode will now honor the Grammy award winning singer with a card in the end credits, per The Hollywood Reporter.
When asked about a future full tribute to Houston, "Glee's" music supervisor P.J. Bloom told the entertainment outlet it was too soon to say. However, he mused that if they don't celebrate her for an entire episode, they'll likely continue to acknowledge her music throughout the show.
Whitney Houston died on February 11, 2012. Her body was found in her Beverly Hills hotel room. The cause of death is unknown.
Watch the video below of Houston performing "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" with Jermaine Jackson on a 1984 episode of "As the World Turns."