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The internet is collectively mourning the loss of the Queen Soul following news that Aretha Franklin had lost her battle to advanced pancreatic cancer Thursday at the age of 76.

"Never Loved A Man also featured "(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman" and "Baby I Love You", while the following year's Lady Soul and Aretha Now included other iconic songs like "Chain Of Fools" and "Think". Some, like Shirley Brown, Loleatta Holloway, Thelma Houston and Al Green, enjoyed popular success.

Hours after Franklin's passing, the network ran a news package highlighting her most notable moments.

A screengrab of a YouTube video of Aretha Franklin.

Listening to Aretha reminds us of a time of optimism and freedom, as well as struggle. RIP. "I don't want you to get sick!'"

From the Obamas to Ariana Grande, almost everyone's tributes to the queen of soul have been lovely.

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According to the post, Franklin called the singer's mother and asked to speak with Ashanti about "germs".

Over on Jimmy Kimmel Live, guest Don Cheadle revealed that he, too, received a phone call from Franklin, who reached out to tell him how much she enjoyed his performance in the 2015 Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead.

The singer-songwriter began by telling the TV news show about his plans to collaborate on new music with Franklin, who died Thursday morning. Her voice and charisma forever changed the way we listen to music. She was the true Queen of Soul.

For all her regal bearing, the key to the emotion in Franklin's singing is very often her unsure sense of self.

She continued: "She was a BLACK WOMAN".

Likewise, Bill and Hillary Clinton also wrote: "Hillary and I mourn the loss of our friend Aretha Franklin, one of America's greatest national treasures". She LAID THE FOUNDATION and her name was QUEEN ARETHA FRANKLIN.


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