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On Saturday, legendary singer Whitney Houston suffered a tragic death, and tonight Piers Morgan was joined by a panel of music insiders that knew her best.
Singer-songwriter Chaka Khan first recorded the single "I'm Every Woman," a song Houston took to new heights 15 years later. Calling the late star her "little sister," Chaka Khan questioned the decision to proceed with Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy party just hours after Houston's passing:
"I thought that was complete insanity," Chaka Khan told Morgan. "I don't know what could motivate a person, to have a party, in a building, where the person, whose life he had influenced so enormously, and whose life had been affected by her...I don't understand how that party went on."
Sitting down live with Morgan as part of a tribute show, Chaka Khan agreed in honoring Houston on Saturday night, but would have preferred a different environment:
"A more honest tribute, in my opinion, would have been, maybe, call everybody together, say a prayer, let's eat dinner, and go home."
Watch the above video, as the 10-time Grammy Award winner shares memories of a woman she says she "cried for."