Why Aretha Franklin Is Wearing Red at Her Public Viewing

Thousands of fans are paying their respects to the Queen of Soul. Mourners lined up around Detroit's Charles H. Wright Museum of African American history to see their idol Aretha Franklin before she is laid to rest. Franklin will be buried in a red lace dress because she's an honorary member of sorority Delta Sigma Theta, Inside Edition has learned. Crimson is the sorority's color. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps (http://twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.