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Whitney's Funeral To Be Streamed Online

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We thought this was supposed to be a private, invitation-only funeral?

Whitney Houston's family will allow the Associated Press to stream her funeral Saturday, broadcasting at http://livestream.com/aplive.

Following the service at New Hope Baptist Church, she will be interred at Fair View Cemetry in Westfield, NJ.

While fans will be able to see Whitney committed to the earth, there's still the issues of Bobby Brown and Clive Davis being there.

We hope things stay civil on Saturday.

[Image via WENN.]

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7 comments to “Whitney's Funeral To Be Streamed Online”

  1. 1

    Maybe they had a change of heart, knowing that her fans would want to say goodbye also.

  2. 2

    of course it will. wonder how much the rights to that cost the AP?

  3. 3

    This is going so sad - especially seeing her mother and daughter there.

  4. 4

    3 ring circus
    Fat ass Oprah trying to waddle up the steps
    Rev AL bible in one hand,other hand in someones pocket
    Dione forgetting where she is, goes into a chorus of Do you know the way to San Jose
    Clive Davis, there incognito in blackface, while Whitneys daughter faints for the third time that day,but lucky for her, BobbyBrown is there to cath her, along with his buddy Michael Lohan

  5. 5

    I think this is a good idea. Whitney is a star that touched many hearts. Though, they're not blood relatives, there are still millions that would like to pay there respects and get some closure from her funeral.

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  7. 7

    I appreciate them wanting to share it with her fans, but if they're going to stream it, I don't see why they don't do what so many others have done…a small family funeral and then a larger memorial service for the fans. It seems much classier than sharing such a private event.