Christina Aguilera honors Whitney Houston at the AMAs

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In trending news this morning, Christina Aguilera honored Whitney Houston in the AMAs, PlayStation lets the whole family play together, and New York taxi drivers pose for a calendar.

First up, last night Christina Aguilera embodied Whitney Houston at the "2017 American Music Awards." She performed a tribute to Whitney in honor of the 20th anniversary of "The Bodyguard" which still stands as the best selling movie soundtrack of all time.

She sang "I Will Always Love You," "I Have Nothing," "Run To You" and "I'm Every Woman." She moved fellow singers like Pink and Kelly Clarkson to tears during the performance.

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Playstation says its new games allow the whole family to compete against each other by connecting their phones to one PS4. There's quick-fire trivia, puzzles, and even crime fighting for up to six players.

Lastly, New York City taxi drivers posed provocatively in and around their yellow cabs. This funny pin-up calendar is now on sale for only $15 at NYCtaxicalendar.com.

You can also buy a phone case, a fleece blanket and a "Steamy Tote" bag. A portion of the proceeds will go to a charity that helps low-income immigrants.