READING, Pa. (AP) — Mourners are being asked to wear bright colors — especially pink — in memory of a Pennsylvania girl who was serenaded by thousands just days before dying of illness.

The viewing for Delaney Brown will be held Sunday afternoon in West Reading (RED’-ing). The public is invited to the Kuhn Funeral Home from 2 to 6 p.m.

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The 8-year-old girl known as Laney died early Christmas morning from a rare form of leukemia (see related story).

One of her last wishes had been for a huge holiday singalong. Thousands of supporters appeared outside her family’s home on Dec. 21 to sing numerous Christmas carols (see realted story).

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To honor Laney’s “fashionista style,” family members have asked mourners to “dress to impress.”

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