Dog the Bounty Hunter wants to celebrate his late wife's life with not just her family and friends, but with her millions of fans.
The reality star is planning Beth Chapman's Celebration of Life service, that is set to go down in Aurora, CO.
Dog and his family want fans to forward videos sharing their memories, thoughts and condolences about Beth.
We're told the plan is for the videos to be edited together and played during the memorial service.
As we reported, the service is scheduled for July 13 at the Heritage Christian Center. The event, which will run from 2-4, is also open to the public.
The Colorado memorial will be the final service for Beth, after the Hawaiian one that went down over the weekend.
Dog and the Chapman family attended the traditional ceremony, which included Hawaiian chants and a paddle out to spread flowers out in the ocean.
During the Hawaiian ceremony, Dog and the family spread some of Beth's ashes into the waters off Fort DeRussy beach in Waikiki.
Beth's remains were cremated, per her wishes, and after half of her ashes were spread in Hawaii, the others will be spread near her family home in Colorado.
Millions of fans have been touched by the loss of Beth, and Dog recently shared his thanks for the outpouring of emotion and support.
"Love you all and thank you very much for the support you have been giving for Beth," the bounty hunter wrote.