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Friday, 17 February 2012

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Bobby's promised lots of this at Whitney's funeral, at least it'll keep the celebs happy!

The list of celebs and VIP's has been drawn up for Whitney's funeral and it's a who's who of the pop, soul, blues world. Kevin Costner is to recite a eulogy stating how much fun it was being her bodyguard and having his ears bashed during breaks.

Stevie Wonder is to sing a the private bash and one of his songs will be 'isn't she lovely' (well she was, once upon a time) and a revised version of his mega hit, Superstition (about Bobby Brown)!

Loving Bobby Brown himself is arranging the catering for all of the guests and has promised enough lines of 'white sugar' for everybody, keeping their spirits high so they won't have to cry too much, because they'll be too busy sniffing, what an angel he is!

Losing Whitney is a great loss, she had a terrific voice and the world was her oyster until she met creepy Bobby, maybe she should have kept her nose out of his dirty business!

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