Donna Summer, the legendary disco singer who belted out hits like “Last Dance” and “Hot Stuff,” has died following a battle with cancer, according to TMZ.com. She was 63.
TMZ reports that Summer, the five-time Grammy winner known as the Queen of Disco, was in Florida at the time of her death.
Summer had four number-one hits in her career, all in a 13-month span: “Bad Girls,” “Hot Stuff,” a disco version of “MacArthur Park” and “No More Tears” with Barbra Streisand.
Her 1979 album “Bad Girls” went double-platinum and sold more than 2 million copies in the U.S.