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Donna Summer's Daughters Share Memories Of Their 'Fun' Mom: 'Lots Of Jokes & Silliness' (EXCLUSIVE)


The new documentary "Love to Love You, Donna Summer" tells the story of the legendary vocalist, from her childhood to her death in 2012. Access Hollywood exclusively sat down with Donna's daughters – Mimi, Brooklyn and Amanda Sudano – ahead of the film's red carpet premiere, and they shared memories of their beloved mother. "She was just a lot of fun. She loved prank calling our friends and lots of jokes and silliness and togetherness." "Love to Love You, Donna Summer" premieres May 20 on HBO Max.

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