Whitney Houston's Funeral Will Be Streamed Live Tomorrow
Feb 17, 2012 17:57
Thanks to the internet, fans of Whitney Houston will be able to witness her funeral to be held in New Jersey on Saturday as it'll be streamed online. According to CNN:
The services, to be held at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, will be in a much smaller, more intimate setting than the concert halls and arenas Houston packed during her heyday. In every sense, she will be going home.
Publicists and entertainers by Wednesday had confirmed nearly a dozen celebrities and personalities will be in some of the 1,500 coveted, "invitation-only" seats. Actor Kevin Costner, who starred with Houston in the movie "The Bodyguard," will speak, and singers Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin -- Houston's godmother -- will perform, according to a source with knowledge of the funeral plans.
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