A new film about the famous Queen of Disco is out. After decades of number-one hits and more than 100 million copies of hit songs sold, many music fans might want to know how Donna Summer died. This documentary gives a new look at the singer of “Last Dance” more than 10 years after her de@th.
It was made by her daughter Brooklyn Sudano and Oscar winner Roger Ross Williams. The HBO documentary’s summary says that “Love to Love You, Donna Summer” is an in-depth look at the famous musician as her voice and talent take her from the avant-garde music scene in Germany to the glitter and bright lights of New York dance clubs.
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Donna Summer Cause Of De@th
Summer died on May 17, 2012, after a quiet fight with lung cancer. Summer thought she got cancer because she breathed in poisonous dust from the 9/11 attacks. Even though she wasn’t in the towers, her flat was close enough to be dangerously affected by what happened.
After she died, her family said in a statement, “We lost Donna Summer Sudano early this morning. She was a woman with many skills, but the most important was her faith.
“While we grieve her passing, we are at peace celebrating her extraordinary life and her continued legacy. Words truly can’t express how much we appreciate your prayers and love for our family at this sensitive time.”
This is a confirmation tweet in which sources confirmed that she passed away on this date:
Don’t forget: No one dies as long as they are remembered by Us🎸🎶
Donna Summer 🤍
Passed Away on May 17, 2012 ” pic.twitter.com/QZqwwcOmD7
— Ori (@oriettamusic) May 17, 2023
Summer’s husband of many years, Bruce Sudano, and her three children, Mimi Dohler, Brooklyn Sudano, and Amanda Sudano, are the only people who will remember her.