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Omarosa arrives for Aretha Franklin’s star-studded funeral fresh off her Trump book tour

A-list superstars are trickling into Detroit for the Aretha Franklin’s funeral including celebrities like Stevie Wonder, Bill Clinton and Omarosa Manigault-Newman.

The former Apprentice star, 44, touched down in Detroit on Friday fresh from her blockbuster Trump book tour for the Queen of Soul’s funeral ceremony at the Greater Grace Temple.

The axed White House aid arrived in an elegant white cardigan and matching skirt with a black and white polka dot fascinator fixed atop her head. 

She finished off the look with a giant black rose pin fixed on her top, aviator sunglasses, a gold chain necklace and black pumps.  

Fresh from her Trump book tour, Omarosa Manigault-Newman arrived in Detroit for Aretha Franklin

The former Apprentice star, 44, touched down in Detroit on Friday

The former Apprentice star, 44, touched down in Detroit on Friday

The axed White House aid arrived in an elegant white cardigan and matching skirt with a black and white polka dot fascinator fixed atop her head.

The axed White House aid arrived in an elegant white cardigan and matching skirt with a black and white polka dot fascinator fixed atop her head.

It’s not clear what relationship the former Trump aide had with the late soul singer, but she is one of the lucky few to land an invite to the funeral that caps off a week of high-profile public viewings and tribute concerts dedicated to Franklin.  

She arrived with two friends in tow. 

Upon arriving she shared a video with her Twitter followers of the dazzling display of pink Cadillacs lined up to welcome guests to the funeral. 

‘As we arrived today to the Celebration of Life for @ArethaFranklin was greeted by a caravan of 100+ PINK @Cadillac,’ she wrote. 

Attached was a video of the stunning line of cars waiting to transport guests. 

The star-studded service begins Friday morning and will include remarks by President Bill Clinton, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and the Rev. Jesse Jackson and performances by Stevie Wonder, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Hudson, Fantasia, Faith Hill, Shirley Caesar, Chaka Khan and more. 

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