Whitney Houston’s star-studded funeral service will be broadcast over the Internet tomorrow at 12 p.m. EST
Much like all of her productions during her lifetime, Whitney Houston‘s funeral service Feb. 18 will be one for the ages. Held at the New Hope Baptist Church in Westfield, New Jersey, the celebration of Whitney’s life will be attended by some of the biggest A-listers from Hollywood.
Alicia Keys, Clive Davis, Aretha Franklin, Tyler Perry, Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder, Kim Burrell, Rickey Minor, Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Winans and Cece Winans, L.A. Reid, Brandy and Ray J are all expected to make appearances at the invite-only service.
Stevie and Aretha will sing and Whitney’s record producer, Clive Davis, will also speak to the attendees.
“I would advise the public that there really is going to be nothing to see here at the church. The best thing to do would be to stay home and watch the service on television,” the police chief, Samuel DeMaio advised.
Following her service, Whitney — who passed away Feb. 11 inside her Beverly Hills hotel room — will be laid to rest at Fairview Cemetery.
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