David Bowie has been secretly cremated without ceremony—and without any of his friends of family present, according to a report in British newspaper The Mirror. The singer, who died Sunday after a cancer battle at age 69, told his friends and wife Iman that he wanted to leave this world “without any fuss” and that there was to be no funeral service or public memorial. “There is no public or private service or public memorial,” a source told the paper, “There is nothing.” A March tribute concert planned for Carnegie Hall before Bowie’s passing has not been canceled. Tickets to that event are selling for more than $3,000 per person.
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