Whitney Houston's daughter 'to sing duet with mom'

ANI
25 November 2012

London, Nov. 25 (ANI): Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is planning a "duet" with her late mother in a bid to launch her career as a singer.

Brown, 19, will record her vocals over he mother's 1985 track 'Saving All My Love for You'- the hit song that helped turn Houston into a star, the Daily Star reported.

Brown is following the footsteps of Natalie Cole, 62, who did the same with her late father Nat King's trademark song 'Unforgettable,' that became a major hit for her, the paper said.

Brown is being backed by her mentor and family friend Tyler Perry, 43, who will oversee studio production of her overlaying her vocals on her mother's No.1 hit.

"She knows this song set her mother on the road to phenomenal success," a source close to the family said.

"She believes their duet can do the same for her," the source added. (ANI)

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