Legendary singer Etta James was laid to rest yesterday with a service in Gardena, California that was attended by hundreds. Rev. Al Sharpton gave the eulogy, opening his remarks with a statement from President Obama that said, "Etta will be remembered for her legendary voice and her contributions to our nation’s musical heritage.” Stevie Wonder performed three songs and Christina Aguilera did her rendition of "At Last," wearing what could be deemed an inappropriate cleavage-baring top. Click through to watch.
The rhythm and blues singer died from terminal chronic leukemia on January 20.