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Whitney Houston's shocking death has had a big impact on the mood of tonight's Grammy Awards. Although the stars are out to celebrate this year in music, they are also making sure to honor the late and great Whitney, who tragically passed away yesterday at the age of 48. 

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From Maroon 5's Adam Levine to country superstar Miranda Lambert, music's biggest stars spoke out about the icon. 

Jessie J: “She is the reason I started to sing.  I feel very honored that I was alive with her music and got to look up to her an artist."

Adam Levine: "I don't even know what to say. I don't even have words. Everyone is in shock. She impacted everyone. She was unbelievable. She's Whitney Freaking Houston."

Kelly Rowland: “I hope she knows how much she impacted, not just the music industry, but the world with her gift. Her gift is incredible and it is never duplicated.”

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Miranda Lambert: "We can celebrate her tonight rather than spend our time grieving. We can celebrate her with music because that is what she lived for."

Flo Rida: “Whitney’s paved the way for a lot of people, she’s inspired me. She’s definitely a true legend."

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