T.I. Added To Cast Of Aretha Franklin SeriesRapper and actor T.I. has been added to the cast of an upcoming Aretha Franklin TV project.
Cynthia Erivo Cast As Aretha Franklin In 'Genius: Aretha'Cynthia Erivo Cast as Aretha Franklin in 'Genius: Aretha'. The "Queen of Soul" will be the focus of the National Geographic's anthology program's third season. Franklin, one of music's most influential artists of all time, died last year at the age of 76.
Aretha Franklin To Be Honored With Special PulitzerLate soul icon Aretha Franklin is to be honored with a posthumous Pulitzer Prize special citation.
R.I.P. Celebrities Who Died in 20182018 said goodbye to many beloved celebrities. Here's a look at some of the celebrities who passed away in 2018.
Elton John Remembers Aretha Franklin's Last ShowSir Elton John didn't think Aretha Franklin would be able to perform her final show because she looked so ill - so was stunned when she gave the "performance of a lifetime."
Aretha Franklin Exhibit Debuts At The Charles H. Wright MuseumThe Detroit museum that hosted Aretha Franklin’s public visitations after her death is again holding space for her — this time with an exhibit featuring photographs, videos and the red shoes she wore at the first funeral viewing that drew global attention.
Aretha Franklin's Family Calls Eulogy 'Distasteful'Aretha Franklin‘s 9-hour “Celebration of Life” funeral included a controversial 50-minute eulogy from Atlanta pastor Reverend Jasper Williams Jr.
The Fight Is On To Preserve Aretha Franklin's Birthplace Home In MemphisA developer told CNN that he has 45 days to come up with a plan to save the birthplace home of Aretha Franklin.
Remembering the Stars We've Lost In 2018Hollywood has said goodbye to a lot of great ones this year. From Aretha Franklin to Barbara Bush, here are some of the beloved stars that we've lost in 2018.
The Stories Behind Aretha Franklin's Iconic HitsLegendary singer Aretha Franklin died on Thursday, leaving behind a legacy few artists will ever match.
Beyoncé Surpasses Aretha Franklin as Woman with Second-Most GRAMMY AwardsShe's already the most nominated female in GRAMMY history—and on Sunday, Beyoncé came one step closer to doing the same in the winners category, too.