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Our greatest love of all, Whitney Houston, is being resurrected in the form of a hologram and people are getting goosebumps.

The music industry was devasted when fans learned that the legendary singer died on February 11, 2012 after paramedics found her unconscious in a hotel bathtub from an accidental drowning.


She was 48.

No other singer has come close to matching her soul-stirring vocals since her death.

But last year, Houston's estate had some exciting news for fans. At least they thought they did.

Eight years later, the singer will be making a comeback in a way fans never expected.

It appears the deceased R&B diva is going to "run to you" and perform in arenas around the world.

Video footage from a preview of An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour made the rounds on the internet ahead of its Sheffield, England premiere on February 25.


The posthumous concert tour is a partnership with Whitney Houston's estate and BASE Hologram and will feature Houston as a three-dimensional image accompanied by a live band and backup dancers choreographed by Fatima Robinson.

Last year, Houston's former manager and sister-in-law Pat Houston said she was excited to reunite audiences with the iconic singer.

"(Whitney) adored her audiences and that's why we know she would have loved this holographic theatrical concept."
"An event at this level is something special. . . . This upcoming tour will allow audiences to experience Whitney's amazing voice and passion for music for a long time to come and help them share that magic with future generations."

However, ghost Whitney is already creeping people out.






This user saw her as a Sims video game character.


Some fans were offended.


Many expressed we should let the singer rest in peace.





Her concert from beyond the grave will never be as close as seeing her performing in the flesh.





Last September, Pat Houston told Hot 96.9 Boston:

"Whitney is not with us, but her music will live with us forever. We know we made the right decision partnering with BASE because they understand how important it is to produce a phenomenal hologram."
"They also know that engaging her fans with an authentic Whitney experience would resonate worldwide because of the iconic status that she created over three decades. Her fans deserve nothing less because she gave nothing less than her best."

Some fans think "it's not right," but is it okay?


There are no North American dates announced but the tour is expected to arrive in the U.S. sometime in late 2020.

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