Late Donna Summer, who is fondly regarded as the “Queen of Disco,” had three gorgeous daughters. Today, they are stunning the world with their own talent.
According to an article from Shared, Summer’s daughters – Mimi Sommer Dohler, and her half-sisters, Brooklyn and Amanda Sudao – grew up most of their life hidden from the glitz and limelight of the entertainment industry.
Despite their mother is one of the most popular figures in music, their personal lives were closely guarded and protected. They did spend much of their time on the road, but nothing was handed down to them easy.
During a 2017 interview with The New York Post, Brooklyn stated that they were taught the value of work since an early age. They were often put to work during summers as their parents wanted the girls to have an understanding of production.
Follow us on Twitter to learn more.
Perhaps, it is their understanding of the hard work that one requires to put in to be successful in this industry that has propelled all three of the sisters to huge successes today.
Summers oldest daughter, Mimi, is 45 years old and she is a proven singer and also an actor. Although she hasn’t earned as much fame as her younger siblings, there is no doubt that she shares singing talent with her famous mother.
Currently, Mimi is married and is a proud mother of four children.
Brooklyn is Summer’s second child and her first with her second husband, Bruce Sudano. Brooklyn is also a famed singer, who choose her career in singing overacting. However, she recently did start in the NBC show, “Taken,” which is based on the Liam Neeson movie.
She also starred in “Cuts” and ABC sitcom “My Wife And Kids” besides taking up some modeling stints for international brands.
Amanda is the youngest child of Summer. She is most known for her singing abilities just like her mother. Although she started her career as a model, she later chose to follow in her mother’s footsteps and is today one-half of the popular folk-pop duo, Johnnyswim.
The band, formed in 2005, comprises of Amanda and her husband, Abner Ramirez. They have been performing all over the world and their song, “Home,” was also chosen as the theme song for the hit HGTV show, “Fixer Upper.”
Amanda is a mother of two young children, three-year-old Joaquin Emmanuel, and seven-month-old Luna Bird.
Just a few months back, all three gorgeous sisters came together on stage during the Tony Awards to pay homage to their late mother with a special performance of “Last Dance.”
For their special performance, the event venue was turned into a disco dance party to commemorate the Queen of Disco.