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American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman. Wikipedia

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  • Christina Aguilera

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  • Gladys Knight

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  • Chaka Khan

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  • Janet Jackson

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  • Whitney Houston

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  • Nona Hendryx

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  • Nina Simone

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  • Tina Turner

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  • Celine Dion

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  • Cher

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  • Carole King

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  • Natalie Cole

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  • The Supremes

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  • Kelly Clarkson

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  • Syesha Mercado

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  • Michael Jackson

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