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As news of Whitney Houston's death spread Saturday evening, Hollywood stars quickly began offering their sympathies and memories of the Grammy winning pop diva.
Whitney Houston dies at 48
Houston, 48, was found dead Saturday, one day before the Grammys, at the Beverly Hilton hotel, where she was expected to attend music mogul Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy gala.
Musicians and celebs poured out their sympathies on Twitter:
Paula Abdul: "I am devastated. I am absolutely devastated at the news about Whitney Houston. Such a tragic, tragic loss."
Christina Aguilera: "We have lost another legend...