Barry Manilow Sings Live Duet With Dead Whitney Houston on ‘The View’ (Video)

The musician’s new album features him performing with all deceased artists

The powerful voice of Whitney Houston was brought back to life on Tuesday morning’s “The View” during a live performance from Barry Manilow.

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Using Houston’s original vocals from her song “I Believe In You And Me,” Manilow re-recorded the song with his voice entwined with the late singer’s.

Manilow’s new album, “My Dream Duets,” has the singer-songwriter teaming with a slew of other deceased musicians, including John Denver, Marilyn Monroe, Sammy Davis Jr., Dusty Springfield, Andy Williams, Louis Armstrong and Judy Garland.

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“They asked me to do a duets album and I thought, ‘How could I make my duets album different?’” Manilow told Rosie O’Donnell and Nicolle Wallace. “I picked all of these people that I would have loved to sing with but they’re all gone.”

Manilow admitted during the interview that he became very emotional while recording his track with Houston.

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“Whitney, just by herself, I had to push myself away from the speakers. She was standing right next to me. I was singing with her and then I’d go for the Kleenex,” Manilow said.

Watch Barry Manilow sing with Whitney Houston on “The View” in the video above.