Here’s Donna Summer’s Mid-90s Cameo On Family Matters
“Queen of Disco” Donna Summer died today at the way-too-young age of 63 after losing a battle with cancer. The singer — known for hits like “Hot Stuff,” “Bad Girl,” “She Works Hard for the Money,” “On the Radio,” I could probably go on forever or at least another 100 characters — was a five-time Grammy winner, mother, and wife. I’m sure this weekend will be chock-full of Donna disco-blocks on every radio station, so I thought it might be nice to remember some of her lesser-celebrated accomplishments. Like playing Aunt Oona from Altoona, the dorky-turned-smokin’-hot aunt of none other than Steve Ukrel. Watch, enjoy, remember.
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