International singer-actress Doris Day has died. She was 97.
The Doris Day Animal Foundation confirmed that the legendary Hollywood star died early on Monday at her home in California. She had been in excellent physical health for her age, until recently contracting a serious problem of pneumonia.
The pop singer and jazz vocalist was introduced by Warner Bros to the Hollywood industry. Her sweet vocals and her bright smile brought her a series of hits. Doris had successfully released 20 studio albums since 1949.
Her debut single Sentimental journey reached number one on the chartbusters list. And her final album, My heart was released in 2011. She is best-known for the song Whatever will be will be (Que sera, sera).
We have lost a talented musician, but she will forever remain in our hearts.
RIP, Doris Day - we will miss you!