Jade Goody’s friends and family are to gather at a posh London club to bid a "drunken farewell" to the late reality star.
Star will meet at Embassy Nightclub to honour the 27-year-old, a month after she lost her battle to cervical cancer.
Club-owner Mark Fuller said he would place a glass of champagne and Jade's favourite "bubblegum cocktail" at her usual table in her memory.
"I thought what would make Jade really, really proud is if we said one final goodbye,” Sky News quoted him as saying.
"We''re all going to have a big knees-up, dance to Michael Jackson - and hopefully we''ll all wake up the next day feeling very hung over.
"She was larger than life and even in death we''re finding it difficult to say goodbye," he added.
The evening will also see the launch of a picture book, entitled Remember Me This Way, dedicated to her boys Bobby, five, and Freddy, four.
Jade had begun putting the album together after learning about her fatal disease.
She had penned a foreword that read: "To Bobby and Freddy - I have asked for this book so that when you are older you can remember just how much fun we had together."
While profits from the book sale will go to the young lads, proceeds from the club night will be divided between them and Marie Curie Cancer Care.