Remember all those stories a few months ago that Aretha Franklin's was near death? She emphatically denied it the whole time, and last week she went on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and proved it. Singing a cover of B.B. King's "Sweet Sixteen" from her new LP "A Woman Falling Out Of Love," Franklin looked and sounded absolutely amazing. She's got a handful of American dates this month – and she's even contemplating her first European tour in many years. Long live The Queen.
Aretha Franklin Queen Of Soul covers B.B. King on 'Fallon'
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