Whitney Houston performed the most memorable Super Bowl rendition of the "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the Giants-Bills game at Tampa Stadium.
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Super Bowl XXV
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Flag Jam '92
Houston helped welcome the Olympic flag to the Georgia Dome after the 1992 Barcelona Olympics ended. Georgia Olympians (right) joined Houston, along with President George H. W. Bush (left), James Brown, Dick Clark and Carlos Santana. Houston recorded "One Moment in Time" for NBC's coverage of the 1988 Seoul Games.
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1994 World Cup
Joined by Pele, Houston performed at the closing ceremonies of the World Cup at the Rose Bowl.
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1994 World Cup
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1997 U.S. Open
Houston performed "One Moment in Time" as part of the opening of Arthur Ashe Stadium.
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The Magic Hour
Along with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Houston was a guest on the premier of Magic Johnson's late-night talk show. She briefly serenaded Magic .
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GQ Men Of The Year Awards
Houston presented an award to Muhammad Ali at Radio City Music Hall. Houston's "The Greatest Love of All" was written for Ali's 1977 biopic, The Greatest.
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Also at Radio City Music Hall, Houston sang "America The Beautiful" before a fight between Roy Jones Jr. and David Telesco, the first night of fights at the New York landmark.
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