With the third day of public screening for Aretha Franklin in Detroit, a third change of spectacular attire has arrived for the Queen of the Soul.
The bearers of New Bethel Baptist Church saw the music icon dressed in a bright pink gold evening dress accented with pink beaded lace and Christian Louboutin gold sequined sailor.
Its accessories consisted of a necklace and earrings of southern sea pearls of pink color.
Franklin's polished bronze coffin was in front of the sanctuary, which was surrounded by photos of her, lavender and pink roses.
In style: Aretha Franklin was transported to New Bethel Baptist Church in a vintage LaSalle, dressed in a bright pink gold evening dress accented with pink beaded lace and combined with Christian Louboutin heels with gold sequins.
All that glitters: The coffin bearers carry the polished bronze chest of legendary singer Aretha Franklin to New Bethel Baptist Church on Thursday in Detroit
Attendees stand to open the doors when the coffin that takes Franklin to New Bethel Baptist Church arrives
Franklin rested in her pink gold dress in the polished bronze coffin, in the photo that was taken to church
Artificial garden: a man works on a growing improvised monument for Franklin outside New Bethel Baptist Church
Members of The Nation of Islam distribute copies of The Final Call newspaper to Aretha Franklin fans waiting outside the church
Say the name: The walls of the church where Franklin learned to sing the gospel were decorated with balloons that spell his name and posters.
Everyone greets the 'Queen': the mourners leave balloons in the shape of stars under a sign on the walls of the church that spell out 'Reina'. on day 3 of Franklin's public visit
home: Franklin's father, Rev. CL Franklin, was the longtime pastor of New Bethel Baptist Church
The soul queen died after a battle against pancreatic cancer, 76 years. In the photo: Franklin on stage in 1967
Thursday's visit takes place in a church where Franklin's father, the Rev. CL Franklin, was the pastor for a long time and learned the basics of the gospel that would make her an institution of the soul.
Hundreds of mourners lined up on Linwood Street for the chance to say goodbye to R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Singer, who lost her battle against pancreatic cancer at age 76 on August 16. The line to see Franklin, which stretched more than half a mile, was moving quickly shortly after noon.
Members of The Nation of Islam were distributing copies of The Last Call with the image of Franklin on the cover for those waiting in line to enter the church.
The visit to the church comes after two days of visits to the Charles H. Wright Museum of Afro-American History. Franklin wore a striking ruby red the first day and a blue baby dress the second day.
Linda Swanson, executive vice president of Swanson Funeral Home, revealed to the Detroit Free Press that there are additional costume surprises for Franklin fans.
Reverend Jesse Jackson is interviewed by the media during Franklin's visit to New Bethel Baptist Church on August 30
Sheila Williams, in the center, raises her arm and sings with other people in front of New Bethel Baptist Church, while Aretha Franklin is seen inside.
Women in a large crowd of mourners sing outside New Bethel Baptist Church in honor of Franklin
A mourner holds a copy of The Final Call newspaper with Aretha Franklin on the cover outside the church
Queue: the line to see Franklin's body in the church stretched more than half a mile on Thursday
Many fans came out dressed in t-shirts decorated with the sympathy of their favorite singer (pictured)
"Only natural changes in the wardrobe that a queen would make," he said, referring to the planned funeral ensembles of the legendary vocalist.
Franklin's invitation service will be held Friday at the Grand Grace Temple, one of the largest and most famous churches in the city.
More than two dozen ministers, both secular and evangelical interpreters, along with black animators, athletes and civil rights activists make up a list of who is Black from America who will pay tribute to Franklin in a marathon service scheduled to last at least five hours .
The crowds chanted the nickname of Franklin & # 39; Ree Ree! & # 39; and & # 39; Let the Queen go by! & # 39; how the body of Franklin arrived this morning to the church of his house in a 1940 Cadillac LaSalle hearse that was used to transport his father when he died in July 1984. It was also used to transport the civil rights icon Rosa Parks when He died in 2005.
Fans decorated the walls of the church with silver and gold balloons that spell "Aretha", "Queen". and & # 39; Love U & # 39 ;; silver, golden and pink balloons shaped like stars; handmade posters; stuffed animals and colorful floral arrangements.