Kevin Costner Houston Funeral
February 20, 2012 by staff
Kevin Costner Houston Funeral, Irish American actor Kevin Costner paid tribute to his late friend – who he starred opposite in the 1992 movie ‘The Bodyguard’ – as he addressed the congregation at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey, and urged her to go to meet her “heavenly father” with no fear.
He said: “I was your pretend bodyguard once, not so long ago, and now you’re gone too soon leaving us with memories. Memories of a little girl who stepped bravely in front of this church, in front of the ones that loved you first, in front of the ones who loved you best, and loved you the longest. And boldly you stepped into the white hot light of the world’s stage and what you did is the rarest of achievements you set the bar so high that professional singers, your own colleagues they don’t want to sing that little country song, what would be the point now?
“The only ones who sing your songs are young girls like you who are dreaming of being you some day, and so to you Bobbi Kristina and to all those young girls who are dreaming that dream are maybe thinking they aren’t good enough I think Whitney would tell you guard you bodies and guard the precious miracle of your own life and then sing your hearts out knowing that there’s a lady in heaven making God wonder how he created something so perfect.”
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