Aretha Franklin has been moved to the Bethel Baptist Church for the final day of the public viewing in Detroit – the church where she first began singing.
The singer has returned to the church where her father was once the pastor, and where she first began singing in the gospel choir, before she began her road to stardom aged 14.
Aretha was said to have been dressed in a rose gold dress and gold sequinned heels for the final day, with huge bunches of flowers surrounding her and her gold casket. She is said to have had a costume change each day, having started the week in a red dress and yesterday being seen in blue.
Pallbearers were seen carrying the casket into the place of worship ready for mourners to visit and pay their respects.
It was the final day of public viewings for the legendary 76-year-old, ahead of her private funeral on 31 August. She died of pancreatic cancer on 16 August.
She had previously been lying in repose at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, Michigan.
Aretha will be laid to rest at Woodlawn Cemetery and Conservancy in New York.
Earlier in the week, CNN reported that a niece of Arethas showed up with burgers, water and t-shirts for fans queuing to see the Queen Of Soul.
Her funeral will be held at Greater Grace Temple, with Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande said to be performing.
Bill Clinton reportedly giving a speech, and the likes of Jennifer Hudson, Faith Hill and Chaka Khan are also said to be taking to the stage.