TMZ, the bastion of breaking celebrity death news, is reporting today that Donna Summer has died after a long battle against cancer. The Queen of Disco, who recorded such hits such as "Bad Girls," "Hot Stuff," and "Last Dance," was reportedly working on a new album. She was 63 years old. After the jump, take a look at some of her best performances, including some of the most ground-breaking dance hits she recorded with famed Italian producer Giorgio Moroder.
Here’s the super sexy "Love to Love You Baby," as performed on The Midnight Special.
Another collaboration with Moroder, here’s the thumping "I Feel Love" complete with those fierce synths and Donna’s lovely voice.
And finally, "MacArthur Park." Let’s all leave a cake out in the rain for Donna, you guys.