Whitney Houston had a beautiful home going ceremony. The last voice we heard was Whitney’s as she sung ‘I Will Always Love You.” But someone who attended the private viewing the day before looks do undo your last memory of Whitney.
Shocking photos of Whitney Houston in her golden casket have been published by The National Enquirer.
The tabloid has recently released their latest issue with “Whitney’s Final Minutes” on the cover. The tabloid has obtained chilling photos of the fallen music icon. The Enquirer published the shocking photos, taken after Whitney was laid to rest in her golden coffin. She is seen wearing her favorite purple dress and gold slippers on her feet.
In addition The magazine has recreated Whitney Houston’s death scene! They actually hired a woman to pose as a dead Whitney Houston on a bathroom floor!
Whitney’s body was flown from Los Angeles, where she passed away at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11th, and taken to the Wigham Funeral home in Newark, New Jersey on February 13th. Only her mother Cissy Houston, daughter Bobbi Kristina and other immediate family and close friends were able to view Whitney’s body at the private wake on February 17. The photo that was released was taken at the private viewing, however it is not revealed who took what looks like a camera-phone picture.
Who would have dared to take the shocking photos? No answer on who that trifling person is as of yet.
In other news: A floor-length, black suede dress worn by Whitney in The Bodyguard movie will be auctioned off for charity next month to the highest bidder, along with a pair of earrings she wore. The dress is valued at $1000 but is expected to fetch much much more. The long-sleeve dress has a high collar and is embellished at the neck and waist with metallic silver ribbon and black and clear stones, giving the illusion of a necklace and belt. This item is part of the “Hollywood Legends” auction scheduled to run March 31 at Julien’s Auctions gallery in Beverly Hills, Calif.