Chante Moore managed to hit the high notes in honor of Donna Summer’s death at Sunday’s BET Awards 2012, performing a medley of Donna’s hits within the first hour of the show. Donna Summer’s tribute, while brief, came after the BET Awards remembered both Don Cornelius and Dick Clark.
Dressed in black, Chante Moore performed a short medley that including the hit Donna Summer song “Bad Girls.” While performing on-stage, a black-and-white image of Donna stayed permanently affixed to the big screen monitor.
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It was only in May when it was announced that Donna Summer had died after battling cancer. Donna was just 63.
Since Donna’s death, speculation has rum rampant as to how Donna actually got cancer. Although far from confirmed, there is at least one report that suggests Donna believed she developed cancer from the cloud dust that wafted through the air in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Along with “Bad Girls,” Donna Summers biggest hits included “Hot Stuff” and “Last Dance.”