Aretha Franklin’s four day celebration of life will come to a close tomorrow (August 31st) as she will be laid to rest at 10 a.m. at Detroit’s Greater Grace Temple Church. According to Bossip, the service will last five-and-a-half hours, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The funeral will consist of a musical prelude performed by the Aretha Franklin Orchestra, lighting of candles, the processional, a prayer of comfort, scripture of comfort, a reading of the Old Testament by Bishop T.D. Jakes and the New Testament by Pastor Solomon Kinloch. Franklin will also be honored with a number of musical tributes from artists such as Faith Hill, Jennifer Hudson, Ariana Grande, The Clark Sisters, Chaka Khan, Ronald Isley, Fantasia, Yolanda Adams, Bishop Marvin Sapp and Stevie Wonder.

According to TMZ, J-Hud will be performing "Amazing Graze," Faith Hill will be singing, "What A Friend We Have In Jesus," Ariana Grande will sing, "Natural Woman," Stevie Wonder will perform, "The Lord’s Prayer" and Fantasia will sing "Precious Lord."

Former President Barack Obama will not be in attendance, but he reportedly sent a letter paying tribute to the Queen of Soul.

The funeral will air live on BET, HLN, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News. It will also be live streamed by The Associated Press, SiriusXM, and ABC News Live.

On another note, according to Billboard, Bishop Charles H. Ellis III — who is over the funeral, says that the service will not be a show or a concert. He said, "It is my goal and my aim to ensure that people leave here with some kind of spiritual awakening. This is not a concert, this is not a show, this is not an awards production. This is a real life that has been lived, that a person regardless of how famous she became no matter how many people she touched around the world, she still could not escape death. And hopefully, a lot of people here with money and fame and influence and friends and notoriety and wealth, hopefully they will think of their mortality and say there is something bigger than fame, there is something bigger than Hollywood, something bigger than being a recording artist and selling gold albums or what have you."

It has also been reported that the Greater Grace Temple Church will be lined with pink Cadillacs — a tribute to Franklin’s ‘80s record, "Freeway of Love."