The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks thrilled a crowd attending a special screening of the upcoming movie “Sparkle.”
Aretha Franklin told the news network she’s a longtime fan of the show and would like to take a vital a role in picking the next “American Idol.”
Franklin’s soulful, soaring voice has brought her dozens of chart-topping records and timeless classics hits including “Respect,” “Chain Of Fools,” “Think,” “Daydreaming,” and “Free Of Love.”
“I’m telling you, like a black Baptist preacher, Mick Jagger was throwing down,” Aretha Franklin’s attorney said.
Violin Monsters, singers, storytellers and mimes help keep the Detroit entertainment scene on its toes with these vagabond performers and gatherings of amateur talent.
“I have four invitations and parking passes that were sent to me for the funeral,” Aretha Franklin said in a statement.
Detroit native Aretha Franklin released a statement about Houston’s death, saying she’s shocked and can’t believe it.
The Queen of Soul’s spokeswoman announced Underwood is Franklin’s first choice to portray her late brother and former manager Rev. Cecil Franklin in her upcoming biopic “Aretha: From These Roots.”
Deciding they were “moving too fast,” Aretha Franklin, 69, and longtime friend Willie Wilkerson called their relationship quits Monday before taking it down the aisle.
Aretha Franklin has announced that she is now engaged, to longtime friend William “Willie” Wilkerson.