The ‘American Idol’ judges reveal how the Queen of Disco had an impact on their music careers. Read on to find out what they had to say in a brand new interview!
Donna Summer left behind a legacy as the queen of ’70s disco when she sadly passed away after a battle with lung cancer on May 17, and American Idol judges Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler tell HollywoodLife.com how she changed the game when she came onto the music scene!
Celebrities took to Twitter after the Queen of Disco passed away today, May 17. Read on for friends’ and fans’ reactions to Donna’s death.
Donna Summer sadly passed away on May 17 at the age of only 63 after a battle with lung cancer. The Studio 54 singer defined ’70s dance music with hits like “Last Dance,” “Hot Stuff” and “Bad Girls.” The disco queen’s death left behind a huge hole in the hearts of her friends and fans, who took to Twitter to express their grief and offer condolences.
The “Queen of Disco” is celebrating her special day today and what a coincidence, it’s literally the start of a new year!
With her birthday landing on New Year’s Eve, Donna Summer is bound to have an awesome celebration! We’re sure she’ll save the “Last Dance” of the year for her husband Bruce Sudano, who still thinks she’s “Hot Stuff” after all these years! (Cheesy, I know.) Donna and Bruce have two children together, Brooklyn, 29, and Amanda Grace, 28. She also has a daughter with her first husband Helmuth Sommer named Mimi, 36. Brooklyn is an actress, singer and dancer — just like her mama!