MANILA, Philippines – More than a year after Whitney Houston’s death, the pop superstar’s gravestone now has the words of her 1992 pop hit engraved on it, reports TMZ.
The heart-on-flame-designed tombstone on Houston’s grave in Fairview Cemetery, New Jersey, is now etched with the words, “I will always love you” – also the title of her hit remake from the hugely popular “The Bodyguard,” Houston’s film acting debut.
“I Will Always Love You” was written by Dolly Parton, the country star and acclaimed songwriter.
“The Voice” is also engraved on the stone.
Houston was found dead in a Beverly Hilton hotel room in 2012. She was 48.
Watch ‘I Will Always Love You’ here:
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