Jenni Rivera's Family Is Planning To Keep The Latin Superstar's Legacy Alive By Launching A Museum Dedicated To Her Memory.
The singer died at the age of 43 on 9 December, 2012, when the private aircraft she was travelling in crashed in Mexico.
Her relatives have since agreed to a number of deals to celebrate Rivera's life, including the release of a new tribute book, titled Jenni Vive: Unforgettable, Baby!.
Now the star's sister, Rosie, is planning to establish a museum in Long Beach, California, where the Riveras grew up, and fill it with memorabilia from Jenni's career and items from her former home.
Jenni's daughter, Chiquis, reveals the idea came about as they struggled to organise her famous mum's belongings following her passing.
She tells Billboard.com, "I think that in a museum where we can all enjoy them (Jenni's belongings) - her family, her fans - is the way to go so I'm excited about that."
Meanwhile, Rosie Rivera has cleared up rumours surrounding the casting of a planned biopic about the tragic singer's life. Dismissing claims former Miss Universe-turned-actress Alicia MAChado has landed the lead role, she tells People En Espanol, "There is nobody in specific at the moment. We'll be holding auditions."