Irene Cara, the iconic ’80s singer has died. She was 63. Irene Cara’s death was announced by her publicist Judith A. Moose on Twitter, who revealed that Cara died at her Florida home.
She won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for her work on the track, titled “Flashdance… What a Feeling”.
“It is with profound sadness that on behalf of her family I announce the passing of Irene Cara,” her publicist Judith A. Moose confirmed in a statement on Twitter.
“The Academy Award-winning actress, singer, songwriter and producer passed away in her Florida home.
The assertion proceeded: “Irene’s family has mentioned security as they process their pain. She was a flawlessly gifted soul whose inheritance will live perpetually through her music and movies.
“Memorial service administrations are forthcoming and a remembrance for her fans will be arranged sometime not too far off.”
Subtitling the assertion, Judith expressed: “This is the most horrendous piece of being a marketing expert.
Irene Cara Cause Of Death
Her cause of death is currently unknown and will be released when information is available.”
“It is with profound sadness that on behalf of he family I announce the passing of Irene Cara,” the singer’s spokesperson said in a statement early Saturday.
“This is the absolute worst part of being a publicist,” her rep lamented on Twitter early Saturday before sharing the aforementioned statement. “I can’t believe I’ve had to write this, let alone release the news.
Donna penned: “My sincere condolences to the family! Just loved her…her work was amazing. RIP.”
Traci commented: “So sad to hear of Irene Cara’s passing. Such a beautiful, vibrant and talented soul. RIP.”
The Rural Juror wrote: “Oh no, that is heartbreaking news – Fame was my complete and utter inspiration as a teenage dancer, the collection of talent in that one production was incredible – RIP Irene.”