Seventies disco queen Donna Summer has died at age 63, her publicist said Thursday.
Summer rose to pop music fame starting in 1975 with "Love to Love You Baby." She went on to record other songs that proved popular on the dance scene, including "Bad Girls" and "She Works Hard for the Money."
I danced in ur shadow thru my late bro John M Mwongo d i passed u on 2 my kids. Mum also died of ovarian cancer. May ur summers shine in paradise sister. Pole 4m a tiny dot in Meru, Kenya.
If Obama had a sister, she would look like Donna Summer.
bring out the red ropes and the doorman heaven will be rockin tonight
I see how it is. Did the Navy teach you to pay tribute to great public figures by trolling their site, or was it membership in some cult?
What a sad day for pop music. Well she will live on in us that listen to her music. What a great icon.
Yes, she was the Beyonce of my time
but what she did to the gay world who build her up
will not make her be missed today.
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