The hologram of the late, great Whitney Houston is set to tour the world throughout 2016, allowing fans to once again experience the star's music and on-stage presence from beyond the grave.
Houston, however, isn't the first celebrity who has passed away only to have their hologram perform in their place. Here's seven more celebs who have returned from the grave:
With his life tragically cut short in 2009, Jackson fans once again saw the King of Pop come alive during the 2014 Billboard Awards with his hologram performing the star's signature dance moves to Slave To The Rhythm from his second posthumous album Xscape.
In 2007 the King of Rock 'n' Roll tore up the American Idol stage performing his 1968 hit If I Can Dream alongside Celine Dion.
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Nicknamed 'Holopac', Tupac's hologram blew the minds of fans at the 2012 Coachella festival rapping alongside Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.
From the West End to the silver screen, this illustrious actor's hologram starred as a giant floating head in the 1986 musical Time and again as the villain of 2004's Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, featuring Jude Law.
Wu-Tang Clan's Ol' Dirty Bastard
Stealing the show at a 2013 Wu-Tang Clan concert plagued with technical difficulties, this deceased rapper eerily told fans "I'm usually looking down on you, but now I'm looking at you," before busting into his 1995 single Shimmy Shimmy Ya.
Even Ol' Blue Eyes got the hologram treatment with the crooners archive footage singing Learnin' the Blues alongside Alicia Keys at the 2008 Grammy Awards.
Nat King Cole
Not so much a hologram as projected archival footage, in 1992 Nat King Cole performed alongside daughter Natalie Cole to deliver a performance that was, well, unforgettable.