The 10-minute tribute video, released by Fox News, contained an image of another singer, Patti LaBelle, who hails from the same generation as Franklin.
Franklin died pancreatic cancer at age 76. "There is no Queen of Soul right now and she can never be replaced".
Following Aretha Franklin's death, the tributes have been pouring in. Then her funeral will be held at Greater Grace Temple. "It's an honor to have met her and we're gonna celebrate her".
Music star Adele said she was "absolutely heartbroken" by Franklin's death.
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Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Aretha Franklin asking for comment. "This will be my past year ". The Daily Mail reports legendary singer Aretha Franklin is gravely ill and surrounded by her family in Detroit .
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"I've got to get it together because I wanted - I did want to see her - so I decided on Monday I would go", he continued. The singer is now in her native Detroit surrounded by family and friends.
"For more than six decades since, every time she sang, we were all graced with a glimpse of the divine". People loved Aretha. She was a special woman.
Her signature song, "Respect", a glorious and intense remake of Otis Redding's anthem, will forever ring in our ears when we feel we aren't receiving the consideration we deserve. "Michelle and I send our prayers and warmest sympathies to her family and all those moved by her song". There, Franklin found her niche singing rhythm and blues, citing the struggle of African-Americans from the time of slavery as a primary source for the richness and depth of her sound.
The Tonight Show on Thursday paid its respects to the late Aretha Franklin with a little help from Ariana Grande.