Saturday, February 18, 2012

Whitney Houston Funeral Live Blog

  • Whitney Houston, one of the worlds biggest music artists who died last Saturday at age 48, is set to be remembered today at New Hope Baptist Church in her hometown of Newark, New Jersey.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • One week ago today Whitney Houston was found lifeless Jersey at the legendary singers funeral. The service, which should begin around noon, is being streamed on the Web and broadcast on television, live. [Update 10:53 a.m.
  • (CNN (blog))
  • The private funeral service for Whitney Houston, which is set to take place at the late star's childhood church in Newark, N.J. on Saturday, will be broadcast on television and streamed online for fans around the world, CNN reports. EW.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • Whitneys cousin Dionne Warwick also came out of the choir. The live broadcast will be carried on SiriusXMs Heart Soul channel (48) - now the all-Houston music outlet and also the one that sadly served as a Michael Jackson memorial channel.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • Whitney Houston fans who wish to see the singer eulogized have several funeral viewing options. The ceremony will be streamed live on websites including, and
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog))
  • Someone Else Butchers I Will Always Love You Jennifer Hudsons Grammy-night Whitney Houston tribute was sweet, but a little pitchy.
  • (Miami New Times Blogs)
  • Credit Jason Merritt/Getty Images Fans worldwide can watch Whitney Houstons funeral live via Internet this Saturday A link will be available on the blogs main page Saturday morning.
  • (Patch)
  • Phelps said, No R.I.P. Whitney Houston. You dont live your life serving self and sin, stealing Gods glory, and get peace. God gave her a voice, she used it to teach sin, not serve God. Fags call her gay icon. Yeah, WBC is picketing that funeral.
  • (Digital Journal)
  • Musical tributes to Whitney hours after Houstons passing it was reported Khan would join Jennifer Hudson for a respectful musical tribute on the CBS broadcast of the Grammys on Sunday.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • Whitney Houstons funeral will be broadcast Lin-sanity continues We've got a live report from Joe Carter on the whiz kids latest fireworks.
  • (CNN)

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