Ice Seguerra Singing ‘High Notes’ of Whitney Houston Song Viral

Video of Ice Seguerra Singing the High Notes of Whitney Houston Song Goes Viral

Singer Ice Seguerra goes viral after being recorded on video reaching the high notes of the famous song of Whitney Houston.

A recent video of Ice Seguerra belting out the legendary “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston has gone viral. Ice’s vocal skill was something Liza Dio, who posted the video, was really proud of.

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Ice prepared to sing the song’s high note on stage, which she perfectly did. The audience erupted in cheers when Ice struck the notes. She has a lovely voice and many have become accustomed to hearing her perform calm songs.

The video has gotten a lot of praise from netizens as well. She also received tons of positive comments from many netizens. “Ang galing mo tlga idol Ice”, Pauleen Luna recently published a lengthy post on her Instagram feed.

@lizadinoseguerra I only hear Ice sing birit songs sa bidyoke. So sabi ko sa kanya, love gulatin mo yung fans. Birit ka sa concert. O 'diba kaya naman? 😍@iceseguerra #becomingIce #biritero #iceseguerra #iwillalwaysloveyou #icon ♬ original sound – Liza Diño-Seguerra

It’s dedicated to Ice Seguerra, a dear friend of hers, who recently had his concert. Pauleen also uploaded an emotional video of her husband Vic Sotto performing with Ice.

One of the most well-known child stars of the 1990s was Ice, originally known as Aiza Seguerra. His accomplishment after taking home the title of Little Miss Philippines in the longest-running noontime program Eat Bulaga was truly amazing. As a result, he was able to work on numerous films with well-known actors in the entertainment sector.

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