WATCH: Cissy Houston Accepts Whitney Houston's Induction into the Rock Hall of Fame

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Whitney Houston is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The legendary singer's wish to be among the greats in Cleveland, Ohio, have finally been realized. That's according to Pat Houston, her sister-in-law and manager, who along with Whitney's mom, soul legend Cissy Houston, accepted the induction on her behalf. "I don't want to talk too long, or I'll cry," the proud mother said. Watch the moment below.

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