Britney Spears has announced she will be taking part in the tribute concert for the late Whitney Houston.
The 'Toxic' singer is ''humbled'' to have been chosen to co-host the 'We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston' event alongside Halle Berry, actress Taraji P. Henson and rapper LL Cool J, in order to celebrate the legacy of the late superstar.
Britney shared the news with her 20 million twitter followers by posting: ''I am both honored and humbled to take part in the GRAMMY salute to Whitney Houston on Thursday ... She'll always be 1 of my heroes! (sic)''
The one-hour special is being filmed in Los Angeles on Thursday, before airing on US television channel CBS on November 13.
Britney will be introducing segments featuring interviews and iconic footage of the 'I Will Always Love You' singer from the Nokia Theatre stage, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Whitney was found dead in a Los Angeles hotel bathtub in February. Her cause as death was ruled as accidental drowning and the effects of cocaine use and heart disease.