Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston's memorabilia fetched more than $80,000 at an auction in Beverly Hills Reuters

Whitney Houston, the great pop music icon, died at the age of 48. Her funeral will be an invitation-only event. Several stars are expected to pay tribute to Houston at the funeral including Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Kevin Costner, Bobby Brown and more.

Houston's funeral will begin at 12 p.m. (EST) at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., which is where the late singer got her start singing as a child.

Stevie Wonder is scheduled to sing at the funeral, along with many other famous singers. Soul music legend Aretha Franklin, Houston's godmother, was scheduled to perform at the service, but she cancelled her appearance and chose to grieve privately, according to the Daily Mail.

Houston died Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Beverly Hills hotel. Her body arrived in New Jersey late on Monday. She will be buried at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, N.J.

The Associated Press will have the only cameras permitted at the event. The AP will be streaming Whitney Houston's funeral live online on Livestream.

E! will broadcast the event on TV and online. CNN will also cover the event on TV and online. BET will also be covering the event on TV and online.