DONNA SUMMER DEAD AFTER CANCER BATTLE
Donna Summer, the queen of disco, died Thursday morning after a battle with cancer, according to TMZ. She was 63.
TMZ reported she was in Florida at the time of her death. Sources told them she was trying to keep the extent of her illness under wraps, and was trying to finish up an album.
Summer was a five-time Grammy winner, who was best known for her 1970s and 1980s hits "Last Dance", "Hot Stuff", "Bad Girls", and "She Works Hard For The Money".
Heres' the full post from TMZ:
We're told Summer was in Florida at the time of her death. She was 63 years old.
Sources close to Summer tell us ... the singer was trying to keep the extent of her illness under wraps. We spoke to someone who was with Summer a couple of weeks ago ... who says she didn't seem too bad.
In fact, we're told she was focused on trying to finish up an album she had been working on.
Summer was a 5-time Grammy winner who shot to superstardom in the '70s with iconic hits like "Last Dance," "Hot Stuff" and "Bad Girls."
She continued her dominance in the '80s with "She Works Hard for the Money" and "This Time I Know It's for Real."
Summer and her producer Giorgio Moroder defined the dance music era of the '70s and influenced acts like Duran Duran and David Bowie to enter the genre.
Summer married Brooklyn Dreams singer Bruce Sudano back in 1980. They had two daughters together.