Donna Summer dead at 63
RIP Donna Summer, who lost her battle to cancer this morning. She was 63
— John Russo (@Roose_13) May 17, 2012
The world lost another entertainment legend on Thursday morning when it was announced that Donna Summer lost her battle to lung cancer. The 5-time Grammy winner was 63-years-old.
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The Disco Queen had fans from all walks of life and her music clearly touched millions.
Donna Summer was awesome….Her music became anthems. She defined music for an entire generation … really more than one
— Harvey Levin (@HarveyLevinTMZ) May 17, 2012
RIP Donna Summer, I loved singing and dancing as a kid to "Hot Stuff" always cracked my parents up.
— KatieDaryl (@KatieDaryl) May 17, 2012
Someone Left the Cake Out in the Rain! 🙁 RIP Donna Summer. You are a legend & we love you.
— Michael Yerxa (@mikeyerxa) May 17, 2012
RIP Donna Summer!
— OMAR EPPS (@omarepps) May 17, 2012
Whitney. Tina Marie. Vesta. Now Donna Summer. The choir in heaven has a new member. They will be singing up a beautiful storm:)
— Niecy Nash (@NiecyNash) May 17, 2012
— La Toya Jackson (@latoyajackson) May 17, 2012
Donna Summer the Queen of Disco has died. Sad news! RIP ~ Thanks for the great memories!
— Aki Anastasiou (@AkiAnastasiou) May 17, 2012
Rip Donna Summer. Thanks for the all time great disco jams.
— Tom Morello (@tmorello) May 17, 2012
Rest in Peace Donna Summer. Disco Legend.
— Def Jam Recordings (@DefJamRecords) May 17, 2012
Oh no our disco legend donna summer has died! Wow she was still young. Life is short peeps make the most of if and of the people you love!!
— Victoria Hornღ♫♕❀✿♥☆ (@LadyVmusic) May 17, 2012
Sad… RIP Donna Summer… 🙁 The last dance has been danced…
— Peter Shankman (@petershankman) May 17, 2012
Saddened to hear about Donna Summer; she was my next door neighbor for many years. To the girl next door; you will be sorely missed. AWK
— Arnold Klein (@awkmd) May 17, 2012
Donna Summer, your last dance with remain in our hearts forever.
— RuPaul's Drag Race (@RuPaulsDragRace) May 17, 2012
RIP, Donna Summer, disco diva supreme, bringing some deep soul to those synthetic beats. I Feel Love never out of style.
— Tony Parsons (@TonyParsonsUK) May 17, 2012
Listening to "On the Radio". RIP Donna Summer. Rollerskates & hot summer nights, my childhood would not have been the same w/out you!
— Ciaran Blumenfeld (@momfluential) May 17, 2012
R.I.P. Donna Summer! I pray your "Last Dance" was peaceful and that your soul now dwells in the house of the Lord!
— SHANTI DAS (@ShantiDas404) May 17, 2012
RIP Donna Summer…hope you're dancing up there.
— Kat McPhee (@katharinemcphee) May 17, 2012
Damnnn, Donna Summer too? Wow, RIP. Our culture is so indebted to her.
— La Flan (@atrak) May 17, 2012
R.I.P Donna Summer…I remember roller skating to hits like "Last Dance" "Hot Stuff" & "Bad Girls." Synonymous with the 70's.. #QueenOfDisco
— Mario Lopez (@MarioLopezExtra) May 17, 2012
Donna Summer has died at 63 from cancer.Such a lovely woman & terrific talent whose music touched us all! Prayers for her & her family RIP.
— Morgan Fairchild (@morgfair) May 17, 2012
RIP Donna Summer, a legendary disco diva. I'll never forget Marc Jacobs singing back up for her at a Louis Vuitton store opening in London.
— Derek Blasberg (@DerekBlasberg) May 17, 2012
So sad to hear of death of disco queen Donna Summer! Last Dance !
— Hilary Alexander (@HilaryAlexander) May 17, 2012
Rest peacefully, Donna Summer. Your music is some of the first I remember as a little one during disco era…LAST DANCE http://t.co/Ufs6IerT
— Filiberto Gonzalez (@gofiliberto) May 17, 2012
It's going to be a disco afternoon in honor of the legendary Donna Summer. #rip
— Marie Claire (@marieclaire) May 17, 2012
Sad news: We lost another music icon. Donna Summer passed away at 63 years of age.
— Maria Elena Salinas (@MariaESalinas) May 17, 2012
Donna Summer: You made it easier for all of us women who work hard for the money. May you rest in peace now disco queen.
— Sara Sidner (@sarasidnerCNN) May 17, 2012
R I P #Donna Summer LEGEND !!! Your music will live forever.
— Billy Ray Cyrus (@billyraycyrus) May 17, 2012