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    Zendaya Paid Tribute To Late Singer Ronnie Spector In A Touching Instagram Post And Shared A Polaroid Of The Two Of Them

    "This news just breaks my heart."

    The world continues to mourn late singer Ronnie Spector.

    Spector sits on a director's chair with her name on it
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    Spector formed legendary '60s pop group the Ronettes, who are famous for classic songs like "Be My Baby."

    Zendaya recently took to Instagram to share a Polaroid of her and Spector, along with a touching tribute to the iconic artist.

    The Polaroid of Zendaya and Ronnie
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    "This news just breaks my heart," she wrote. "To speak about her as if she’s not with us feels strange as she is so incredibly full of life. There’s not a time I saw her without her iconic red lips and full teased hair, a true rockstar through and through."

    Ronnie looks at the camera
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    "Ronnie, being able to know you has been one of the greatest honors of my life. Thank you for sharing your life with me, I could listen to your stories for hours and hours. Thank you for your unmeasured talent, your unwavering love for performing, your strength, resilience and your grace."

    Spector leans against a tree with her hand on her chin
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    "There is absolutely nothing that could dim the light you cast. I admire you so much and am so grateful for the bond we share. You are a magical force of greatness and the world of music will never be the same."

    Spector lies in grass
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    "I wish everyone got to experience you the way I did. We celebrate your beautiful life and give you all the flowers you so rightfully deserve."

    Spector performs live on stage
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    "Rest in great power Ronnie. I hope to make you proud."

    Ronnie looks in the distance
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    Read more about Ronnie Spector's life and legacy here.