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Aretha Franklin 'screamed at by fast-food employee'

Source: Celebrity Balla | Jul 26 2014, 5:14pm CDT

Aretha Franklin 'screamed at by fast-food employee'
A fast food worker reportedly ''screamed'' at Aretha Franklin in Canada this week and the singer slammed the employee as ''very rude, unprofessional and nasty''.
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First Listen: Bette Midler Has Covered ‘Waterfalls’ By TLC For Her New Album

Oct 23 2014 1:55pm CDT | Source: Pink is the New Blog

Aretha Franklin has released an album of cover songs where she pays homage to some of the diva classic songs that we all know and love and today we learn that the Divine Miss M is also releasing an album of cover songs as well. Bette ...
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11 Celebrities Who Absolutely HATE Flying!

Oct 22 2014 8:00am CDT | Source: Perez Hilton

You would think after all these years of boarding aircrafts and flying around the world to promote their films, these stars would get over their phobia! NOPE! But even though they hate it, they all still have to do it for their jobs! Well, everyone except for Aretha Franklin -- she actually turned down an invitation to perform for the Queen of England because she hated flying that much! Cray cray, right?! ...
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Aretha Franklin celebrates 72nd birthday with star-studded bash

Source: Celebrity Balla | Mar 23 2014, 6:02pm CDT

Aretha Franklin celebrates 72nd birthday with star-studded bash
Aretha Franklin celebrated her 72nd birthday with Denzel Washington. The soul legend threw a private party in New York...
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Jennifer Hudson Weighs in On Weight Loss

Source: Celebrity Balla | Feb 10 2014, 11:09am CST

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Aretha Franklin defends Beyonce

Source: Celebrity Balla | Jan 23 2013, 4:22pm CST

Aretha Franklin defends Beyonce
Aretha Franklin has defended Beyonce amid reports she lip-synced the American national anthem at Barack Obama's...
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Aretha Franklin's White House wardrobe malfunction

Source: Celebrity Balla | Dec 4 2012, 11:06am CST

Aretha Franklin's White House wardrobe malfunction
Aretha Franklin managed to stay calm as she suffered a wardrobe malfunction at the White House on Saturday night (01.12.12) at an entrance to a reception for the 35th Annual Kennedy Center Honors.
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