Whitney Houston In Casket Photo

February 23, 2012 by staff 

Whitney Houston In Casket Photo, In the face of criticism over what some have described as a “shameful” decision to put Whitney Houston’s corpse on the cover of their magazine this week, the publisher of the National Enquirer told that she thought the cover was a work of art.

“I thought it was beautiful,” publisher Mary Beth Wright told Fellow members of the media attacked the publication’s decision as tasteless and morbid.

The Washington Post declared that “a line had been crossed.” The website Jezebel called it morbid and the site The Daily Caller added: “Running an image of Whitney Houston’s lifeless body on the cover is pretty par for the course for The National Enquirer, but it’s still a bit much.”

The photo shows the late singer dead in a gold casket with the headline, “Whitney: The Last Photo!” The image is believed to have been taken inside the Whigham Funeral Home in Newark, New Jersey. Accompanying headlines lure readers in with the promise to bring them inside Whitney’s private funeral, offering details that she was buried in $500,000 of jewelry with gold slippers on her feet.

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