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February 16th, 2012
Whitney Houston’s funeral will be broadcasted on the internet, in order to reach fans worldwide. According to The Huffington Post, Houston’s publicist Kristen Foster will allow The Associated Press one camera inside the ceremony on Saturday, in Newark, New Jersey. The AP will then stream the event on http://livestream.comaplive.
The service will be held at the New Hope Baptist Church, and Houston will be buried in Fair View Cemetery in Westfield. Her father John Russell Houston Jr. was buried there in 2003.
Houston passed away this past Saturday night at 48-years-old, in a Beverely Hills hotel room. Her body arrived to her home town of Newark by plane on Monday.Tweet