Verdict: Three stars.

She was a music legend. A complete vocal powerhouse whose charisma oozed with every song she sang.

Whitney Houston is a talent whose legacy will live on forever - especially now thanks to a new hologram show featuring the best of the late singer’s live performances.

The technology has captured the star’s mannerisms and moves so that a live audience can experience Whitney in concert years after her tragic death at 48 in 2012.

The show arrived at Glasgow’s SEC Armadillo on Sunday night boasting a technology that saw the late rapper Tupac perform at music festival Coachella and has reunited legendary singers Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly with their fans.

HeraldScotland:

Opening up with Higher Love, it initially is overwhelming seeing Whitney in such a realistic form on stage. For the generation who grew up with the singer, it perhaps feels eerie.

But as the show settles into the hits, you quickly forget that it is a hologram and begin to both appreciate and celebrate just how good Whitney was.

Backed by a live band and surrounded by dancers, Whitney’s hologram delivered the best of her back catalogue while showing off the sass the singer was known for during the parts she spoke to the audience.

Each era of Whitney was celebrated in the show with the hologram capturing her different looks throughout the years.

HeraldScotland:

Greatest Love of All, Run to You, I Wanna Dance with Somebody and Step by Step were just some of the classic songs performed.

The show felt like most other concerts thanks to the Glasgow crowd who always create an atmosphere like no other.

HeraldScotland:

Chants like, ‘oan yersel hen,’ and ‘Whitney’ made the show feel like a real celebration.

But for me, the human element was missing. That is something that can’t be reproduced and why live shows with artists are always special.

This hologram show is however entertaining and offers so many possibilities over which late artists we could see next on stage.