Holograms At Coachella: Whitney Houston No. 1 Pick For Festival Resurrection, Poll Says

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Whitney Houston performs at the O2 Arena on April 25, 2010, in London, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Coachella is gearing up to take over California in just a couple weeks, which can only mean one thing: holograms.

Following last year's notorious Tupac appearance via a hologram projected onto the stage, iHeartRadio has conducted a survey to determine which deceased singers the festival should resurrect using this strange, controversial technique.

As it turns out, fans would most like to see Whitney Houston, who died in February 2012, reignite her famous pipes when Coachella launches April 12-14 and again April 19-21.

The top artists whose holograms should make an appearance at the festival, according to iHeartRadio voters: *Cue widespread outrage over the thought of any more holograms.

1. Whitney Houston -- 22.4%
2. John Lennon -- 19.1%
3. Jimi Hendrix -- 19.1%
4. Bob Marley -- 17.0%
5. Notorious B.I.G. -- 9.0%
6. Kurt Cobain -- 8.7%
7. Adam Yauch (Beastie Boys) -- 4.8%

Another iHeartRadio poll, pegged to Justin Timberlake's return to the music scene, asks which artists fans would most like to see make new music:
1. Led Zeppelin -- 26.8%
2. Hootie & the Blowfish -- 20.1%
3. Outkast -- 20.0%
4. Spice Girls -- 12.1%
5. Rage Against the Machine -- 8.4%
6. Third Eye Blind -- 8.1%
7. The White Stripes -- 4.6%

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