Watch: Beyonce covers Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You' like a boss

R&B star Beyonce Knowles delivered a rendition of singer Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You at a school gala.

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Watch: Beyonce covers Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You' like a boss

Los Angeles: R&B star Beyonce Knowles delivered a rendition of singer Whitney Houston's I Will
Always Love You at a school gala.

Knowles, 34, performed at the benefit gala event celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Center of Early
Education, where reportedly her daughter Blue Ivy studies.

The classic song originally recorded by Dolly Parton and then covered by Houston for movie "The Bodyguard". Knowles wore an animal-print mini gold dress during the event, reported Aceshowbiz.

The R&B singer also performed her own hit singles such as "Crazy In Love", "Halo" and "XO".
The Center for Early Education is described as a "socio-economically and culturally diverse independent school for children."

The event took place Saturday, March 5 as an effort to raise funds.

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