Stevie Wonder reveals his last words to Aretha Franklin before she died

Stevie Wonder made one last visit to Aretha Franklin’s home in Detroit on Tuesday. He joins “CBS This Morning” from Los Angeles to share what he told her. He also discusses how Franklin influenced every singer in some way and was “consistently a great human being.”

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14 thoughts on “Stevie Wonder reveals his last words to Aretha Franklin before she died

  1. She was good but not all that, are we going cry over only female Singers of her time that is just had good or better

  2. Why wake Stevie up for just 8 mins? This bite sized TV is what is making Youtube so big

  3. How quick the world forgets and how ungrateful…Aretha Franklin was a great entertainer/singer.. she has left a great legacy..

  4. Stevie Wonder said that he flew out to Detroit to see his beloved friend Aretha Franklin! How touching!

  5. that's one emotional man. Sorry for the loss of his friend and collaborator.

  6. All of us are sad over the passing of Miss Franklin. A touching interview with Stevie. Thank you!
    She was a few years older than me. I grew-up an hour from Detroit. Her music was always part of my life..With in a very limited budget in the 70s I saved so I could see her in concert at a Redwood City, CA. WOW!

  7. Grew up loving to listen to her voice. Eternal RESPECT, thank you Aretha for a life well lived. You were, are and will always be a heroic person.

  8. Oh my goodness it's so hard to see Stevie cry. I know he is hurting so bad. And he said he lost his sister this year so that had to be months ago because it's only 7 months into the year. Aww Stevie!

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