February 16, 2012 by staff
Whitney Funeral, Whitney Houston’s fans will be able to witness the late singer’s funeral as it will be streamed live on the internet. Although it is said to be a private affair, the public wishing to pay their respects to Houston will be able to do so online, as she is laid to rest.
“Her publicist has chosen one person who will be allowed into the sanctuary and who will be streaming [video] to you all,” News.com.au quoted Carolyn Whigham, whose Newark funeral home is handling preparations for Houston’s service as saying.
Whigham also said that jumbo screens would be set up outside the New Hope Baptist Church in Houston’s hometown – contradicting earlier police advice. The screens would let fans of the singer to watch the ceremony.
However, Newark police chief Samuel DeMaio told The Star-Ledger that there would be no funeral procession and no public screens set up, at the request of Houston’s family.
The ceremony, due to begin at noon local time Saturday, is by invitation only.
According to CNN, Chaka Khan, Houston’s cousin Dionne Warwick, and members of the Winans gospel music family are among the expected attendees.
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