I apologise for the constant Jade Goody updates but I can’t help it.
I’m just bemused by it all. I mean.. what will it be next???
He visited the London attraction yesterday to ask if the figure could be built — as Jade requested before she died on Mother’s Day aged 27.
Jack, 21, also asked if facilities could be offered beside the figure to allow donations to cancer charities.
He told a pal: “Jade told me she’d love a statue of herself. This is the nearest I can get to it.”
I can’t…. I just can’t…..
Also OK Magazine’s ‘The Jade Goody Funeral Issue’ will hit newsagents shelves next week.
Click here to view commercial.
I can’t.. I just can’t….
The morbid reality show continues!
We were forced in to watching her die and now this?
Jade Goody’s funeral is to be shown on television.
The final chapter in the late reality TV star’s life, Jade: With Love part 2, will be aired on LIVING tonight (Thursday April 9).
It will be narrated by Kate Jackson, producer of the show and friend and bridesmaid to Jade, who died on Mother’s Day following her battle with cervical cancer.
Kate said: “At first Jade said she didn’t want to get involved in the planning of her funeral, but then she had some strong ideas about what she wanted and what she didn’t want.”
She continued: “What she did want was a huge day. She wanted tears, she wanted everyone to be able to come and grieve for her.” Continue Reading…..
Rest In Peace Jade Goody.
So, how many of you will be tuning in tonight then?
Via Digital Spy
Jade Goody has reportedly made plans for her funeral to be televised.
The former Big Brother contestant has arranged for a large screen to be erected outside the church so that the service can be watched by fans.
Goody is said to have chosen an oak coffin from the Royal Windsor Forest and wants to be taken in a convoy of seven cars from her home to the St. John The Baptist Church in Buckhurst Hill, according to Metro.
The convoy will rumouredly include a Daimler used by the late Queen Mother, and a Rolls-Royce used by the Sultan of Brunei.
She has also chosen celebrity undertakers F. A. Albin & Sons from ITV1 documentary Don’t Drop The Coffin and selected the hymn ‘All Things Bright And Beautiful’. Continue Reading….
My heart goes out to Jade’s two children, but the likes of Max Clifford and co have succeeded in turning this in to one big morbid reality show.