Hundreds of fans slept on the sidewalk in anticipation of paying their respect to the late Aretha Franklin at a Detroit museum on Tuesday.
The "Respect" singer, who passed on August 16th at the age of 76, arrived in a shiny gold casket at at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
Fans lined the streets while watching the late music icon being carried inside. Her body will be there for a two-day public viewing which started on Tuesday.
They dressed the Queen of Soul in a gorgeous red cocktail dress with some matching stiletto heels.
Fans, both local to Detroit and from several other cities, came to pay their respects to the 18-time Grammy winner.
Many were decked out in their own Aretha-inspired garb, which included shirts that featured her on classic covers of Jet magazine and so much more.
Several of them were seen in complete despair, as they wept while seeing Aretha one last time.
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