Report: Whitney Houston's hotel room reoccupied

Hotel swamped with calls from people who want to stay in room

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - The hotel room that pop icon Whitney Houston was found dead in is now reoccupied, according to a report.

The Beverly Hills luxury hotel has a new occupant staying in the room, according to

A hotel reservations agent told the website that the hotel has been swamped with calls from people who also want to stay in the room.

Houston died Saturday hours before she was to perform at a pre-Grammy Awards party.

Her body was found in a bathtub in a room on the fourth floor of the Beverly Hilton, investigators said.

Police have not said how she died, but prescription medications were found in the room.

On Saturday, family and friends will say their goodbyes to Houston in the same church where she first showcased her singing talents as a child.

Her funeral will be at noon at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J.

The church can seat up to 1,500 people, but the service will be by invitation only, a family spokesperson told The Associated Press.

The family says it does not plan to hold a public memorial.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he will order flags flown at half-staff at state government buildings Saturday in memory of  Houston.

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