A final goodbye to the world as the late Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin goes home on Friday, August 31. ABC News Live will have live coverage starting at 10 a.m., while outlets like CNN, Fox News, MSNBC will air portions of the service.
Stevie Wonder, Faith Hill, Jennifer Hudson, Ron Isley, Ariana Grande and Yolanda Adams are among those slated to perform. The full program for the ceremony appears below.
"There will be some laughing, some tears, some joy, some sorrow", Bishop Charles H. Ellis, III, pastor of Greater Grace Temple, who will serve as officiant for Frankin's funeral told ET earlier this week. It is exactly the church where her father was a minister for more than 30 years.
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Hundreds more queued outside New Bethel Baptist Church for a third day of public viewings. "And hopefully, a lot of people here with money and fame and influence and friends and notoriety and wealth, hopefully they will think of their mortality and say there is something bigger than fame, there is something bigger than Hollywood, something bigger than being a recording artist and selling gold albums or what have you". "I love her. She was my longest friend".
Thousands gathered to pay their respects to the Queen of Soul in Detroit Thursday.
And there's already been a costume change, the Associated Press reported.
'After all she gave to the world, I felt we needed to give her an appropriate send-off that would match her legacy, ' Owens said.