DETROIT – on the second day of the public farewell to Aretha Franklin there are long queues in front of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History. The Queen of Soul is there in state.
The singer, who on 16 August at the age of 76 died of cancer, carries Wednesday pastelblauwe dress and matching blue pumps. Tuesday, she was dressed in a red dress with red shoes.
Thursday is the singer in state in ‘her’ church, the New Bethel Baptist Church, in yet another different outfit. There members of the church community who are unable to visit the museum to come to hollywood celebrities pay their last respects. Friday is the funeral, in a closed circle.
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