Irene Cara, who was known for her work in the 80s musical Flashdance, died on Monday at the age of 63. She won an Oscar for her song What A Feeling.
She also appeared in the movie Fame, playing the role of Coco Hernandez. According to her publicist, a memorial service will be held for her fans.
According to Judith, she was a beautiful soul who was talented in every aspect of her life. Cara, who was also an Oscar-winning actress, passed away at her home in Florida.
It is not yet clear what caused her death.
Family members asked for privacy as they mourn the loss of Irene. She was a gifted soul whose legacy will live on through her work and films.
A funeral service will be held for her fans. Her performance at the Grammy Awards won her two awards.
She was able to collect her two Grammy awards and an Oscar for her work in Flashdance in 1984. She continued to work in her music and acting career.
She appeared in various films such as City Heat and D.C Cab.