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Australian singer Helen Reddy has handed away on the age of 78 on Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Helen Reddy was well-known for her feminist anthem ‘I Am Woman’.

Her family confirmed the knowledge in a press launch on Facebook. Her children Traci Donat and Jordan Sommers known as her a “wonderful mother, grandmother, and a truly formidable woman”.

“Our hearts are broken. But we take comfort in the knowledge that her voice will live on forever.”

Helen Reddy was born in Melbourne in 1941. She grew up in a showbiz family with an actor mom and father.

She obtained an experience contest in Australia. After that, she sang quite a lot of large hit songs along with ‘I Don’t Know How to Love Him’, ‘Crazy Love’, ‘Delta Dawn’, and ‘Angie Baby’.

Her feminist anthem ‘I am Woman’ in 1972 gained massive fame. In addition to this, she was honored with Grammy Award in 1973 for the best female vocalist.

She was recognized with Dementia in 2015. She spent the ultimate years of her life in a star care home in Los Angeles.

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