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Ariana, Barack and More Celebs React to Aretha Franklin's Death

Ariana, Barack and More Celebs React to Aretha Franklin's Death

Social media is an outpouring of love for the late queen of soul.

It's a sad day as we mourn the loss of the queen of soul. The family of Aretha Franklin announced that she died Thursday morning at her home in Detroit, surrounded by family and friends. The music icon was 76 years old.

In addition to loving friends and family, Franklin left behind a world of devoted followers, as well as a legacy that will endure generations. With songs like "Respect," "Natural Woman," and "I Say a Little Prayer," she's left a lasting mark on the music industry that will influence artists and fans for years to come.

Today, social media has became an outpouring of love and remembrance for the late queen of soul. From Barack Obama to Bette Midler to Whoopi Goldberg, people from all over the industry are expressing their condolences and celebrating Franklin's life.

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