Hundreds of fans lined up Tuesday to say goodbye to their queen — Aretha Franklin.
The iconic singer passed away last week after a battle with pancreatic cancer, her family revealed in a statement. She was 76.
Franklin, who adopted Detroit as her hometown, is laying in repose inside the rotunda of the city’s Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. She will continue to lie in repose until Wednesday, followed by a musical tribute on Thursday and a private funeral being held on Friday.
The singer’s casket is open, allowing fans to get one last glimpse of Franklin in her golden casket, wearing a red suit complete with bright red pumps.
Here are more photos of fans paying their last respects to the Queen of Soul.
Aretha Franklin Is Laying Inside The Museum’s Rotunda
Fans Lined Up Early Tuesday Morning
Fans Could Go Inside The Museum Starting At 9 AM
Fans Wore Matching Shirts to Honor Franklin
Fans Head to Honor Franklin Wearing Memorabilia
Fans Remember Franklin Through A Variety Of Ways
One Fan Tries to Capture The Historic Moment
One Fan Gets Emotional As She Remembers Franklin
Fans Brings Memorabilia To Remember Their Queen
Fans of Soul Legend
Fans of Soul Legend Aretha Franklin Pay Their Respects As Her Body Lies In Repose In Detroit