The death of disco legend Donna Summer at age 63 has hit the entertainment community hard as celebrities shared their memories of the Last Dance singer Thursday on Twitter.
Damn... donna summer dies at 63. An unforgettable voice from my childhood, beloved by my Mom & brother. Let's dance the last dance for her, tweeted movie director Kevin Smith.
The last whooping I got as a kid was over Donna Summer. I threw a tantrum when my mom wouldn't let me stay up to watch her on 20/20, tweeted Community actress Yvette Nicole Brown.
Summer was battling cancer when she died Thursday in Florida.
Summer was a 5-time Grammy winner who shot to the top of the charts in the '70s with iconic hits like Last Dance, Hot Stuff and Bad Girls.
Summer married Brooklyn Dreams singer Bruce Sudano in 1980. They had two daughters together.
The disco singer's death led to a number of trending topics on Twitter, including Donna Summer, Queen of Disco, and Last Dance - the song Summer is best known for.
R.I.P. The Disco Queen Donna Summer .. You will Be Missed.. Our prayers and condolences go out to her family .. Lala, said the Twitter account for fellow disco legends KC and the Sunshine Band.
RIP donna summer-dead at 63 she works hard for the money was my fave song, said Roseanne Barr.
So sad to hear of the passing of disco legend donna summer. We all danced to her music. Her influence will last forever. RIP, said actress Marlee Matlin.
I will always love donna summer. So many wonderful memories. Such an amazing voice. A lovely lady. RIP Disco Queen, said Daisy Fuentes.