Donna Summer has died at the age of 63 after a battle with cancer.
The disco legend and five-time Grammy winner who rose to fame in the 1970s with hits such as, 'Bad Girls', 'Hot Stuff', 'Love To Love You' and 'Last Dance’, passed away today [May 17] in Florida.
Sources have told TMZ that the iconic singer had been suffering with cancer for some time, but wanted to keep the news under wraps.
The website claimed to have spoken to a source close to the singer a few weeks ago and they said she "didn't seem too bad". She was in fact, trying to complete an album she had been working on.
Donna was married to Brooklyn Dreams singer Bruce Sudano for 22 years and they had two daughters together.