Whitney Houston Dead: Paul McCartney Visits Vigil, Fans Hold Candlelight Events (PHOTOS)
Paul McCartney has visited the makeshift memorial for Whitney Houston outside the Beverly Hilton Hotel where she was found dead on Saturday. McCartney laid flowers with his wife Nancy Shevell.
Meanwhile, fans in Los Angeles have turned out to honour the singer at a candlelight vigil in Los Angeles.
Dozens more Houston fans went to Newark's Whigham Funeral Home in New Jersey last night as the singer's body arrived back in her home state, where it's believed the star's funeral arrangements are being made.
The funeral home, which handled the 2003 funeral of Houston's father John, saw fans arrive outside where they played her songs, sang themselves, lit candles to remember her and hoped to get a glimpse of her casket.
Two people who spoke to the singer's family said they had raised the possibility of holding a wake on Thursday and a funeral on Friday at Newark's Prudential Centre, which hosts college and professional sporting events and seats about 18,000 people.