Whitney Houston died Saturday, leaving behind a wealth of classic songs, performances and even interviews during her 26-year career. Check out some of them below.
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"Saving All My Love for You"
Off her self-titled 1985 debut, this ballad was Houston first No. 1 single and earned the singer her first Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
"How Will I Know"
The dance tune, which was written for Janet Jackson, became Houston's second No. 1 single.
"The Greatest Love of All"
Nominated for Record of the Year at the Grammys, the song was Houston's third No. 1 single.
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody"
Houston won her second Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance with this catchy jam.
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National Anthem at Super Bowl XXV
Houston's powerful rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl XXV in 1991 was one for the ages. It reached the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100, and Houston donated all proceeds to the American Red Cross Gulf Crisis Fund.
"I Will Always Love You"
Houston covered the Dolly Parton song for the soundtrack for her film The Bodyguard. The tune became her signature song, spending 14 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard, a record at the time.
"When You Believe"
Divas collided when Houston teamed with Mariah Carey for this duet off The Prince of Egypt soundtrack. Houston and Carey performed the song at the Oscars, where it won Best Original Song.
Interview with Diane Sawyer
Houston sat down for an in-depth interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer in 2002, in which she discussed her rumored drug use and infamously said "crack is wack." All five parts of the interview are below.