Whitney Houston's death has brought out some strong emotions besides sorrow in her fans.
On Wednesday's episode of The Talk, guest Mark Steines of Entertainment Tonight stopped by to discuss the singer's death and upcoming funeral. He brought up how some people are not happy that record producer Clive Davis continued to hold his annual pre-Grammys party Saturday night despite learning of Houston's death only hours before.
Whitney Houston dies at 48
"I think it was disgraceful that the party went on," co-host Sharon Osbourne said. "I don't want to be in a hotel room when there's someone you admire who's tragically lost their life four floors up. I'm not interested in being in that environment and I think when you grieve someone, you do it privately, you do it with people who understand you. I thought it was so wrong."
Check out a clip of Osbourne speaking her mind:
The show also discussed plans for Houston's upcoming funeral, in which Aretha Franklin had been asked to perform. The Queen of Soul was Houston's godmother. Watch Steines announce the news:
Who would you want to perform at Houston's funeral? Do you think Davis should have canceled his pre-Grammys party?