Jennifer Hudson and the legendary Chaka Khan have been tapped to perform a respectful musical tribute to Whitney Houston, who died yesterday, at tonight's Grammy Awards.
Chaka Kahn, who wore a red leopard-print number by Chris March and walked to, well, what else?; and Gloria Estefan, who made up for the height her heels couldn't give her by wearing her hair in the shape of a cone-head. An honorable mention goes to
Here are the questions on my mind, which may as well be on yours: Will Jennifer Hudson and Chaka Khan pull off their last-minute tribute to Whitney Huston? How many speeches will embrace Amy Winehouse? Will Adele still hijack the show, and sweep every
Chaka Khan pulls out of Whitney Houston Grammys tribute at the last minute. With less than an hour before the live show started, Chaka Khan announced on Twitter that she would not be performing.
10 2012 at 12:05 PM Born Yvette Marie Stevens in March 1953, Chaka Khan sang songs written by Stevie Wonder and Prince as though they were crafted from her own pen. The Queen of Funk has a fiery soul about her and an undeniable rhythm that oozes from