Aretha Franklin's Funeral Will Be Televised -- Here Are All The Details

Aretha Franklin fans waited for hours on Tuesday to pay respects to the late Queen of Soul in Detroit — some even camped out so that they could get one final goodbye. As most fans weren’t able to actually be in Detroit to see the singer, they’ll be able to watch the actual service on TV. It will be broadcast live in Detroit, and nationally with CNN and Fox News airing portions of the service. 

The Associated Press will also live stream the entire event online. Speakers will include Bill Clinton, Jesse Jackson, Clive Davis, Smokey Robinson, and performers include Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Jennifer Hudson, Faith Hill, Fantasia, Yolanda Adams and more. 

The funeral will take place Friday.