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Irene Cara, the legendary '80s singer and actress best known for the soundtrack hits 'Fame' and 'Flashdance... What a Feeling,' has died. She was 63.
"It is with deep sadness, on behalf of the family, that I announce the death of Irene Cara," the singer's rep said in a statement early Saturday. "The Oscar-winning actress, singer, songwriter and producer has died at her home in Florida. Her cause of death is currently unknown and will be released as information becomes available.
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"Irene's family has requested privacy while they process their grief," the rep added. “She was a wonderfully gifted soul whose legacy will live on forever through her music and films. Funerals are pending and a memorial to her fans is planned at a later date.”
In addition to singing the theme song for 1980's Fame, Cara also starred in the film as Coco Hernandez.
"Flashdance... What a Feeling," which Cara co-wrote with Giorgio Moroder and Keith Forsey for 1983's Flashdance, earned Cara an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1983.
"This is the absolute worst thing about being a publicist," she lamented on Twitter early Saturday, before sharing the aforementioned statement. "I can't believe I had to write this, let alone post the news. Please share your thoughts and memories of Irene. I will read every one of them and know she will smile from heaven. She loved her fans.”
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