Debbie Allen, Questlove, Jennifer Beals and Diane Warren were among the Hollywood notables recalling Irene Cara following the insight about the Oscar-winning entertainer's passing at age 63.

Cara started her vocation as a kid vocalist and artist prior to breaking out with the 1980 melodic film Popularity,

wherein she featured as Coco Hernandez and sang the title tune and "Over here all alone," which were both selected for the first melody Institute Grant.

She is likewise known for the hit tune "Flashdance… What an Inclination" from the 1983 film Flashdance, which procured her an Oscar and a Grammy.

Different credits incorporate the 1976 film Shimmer, alongside various Broadway creations.

Among those honoring the New York City local was New York City Chairman Eric Adams. "Irene Cara sang New York City's melody," he tweeted Saturday.

"Brought into the world in the Bronx, she tried the impossible and conveyed a soundtrack for the ages. She will be really missed. Find happiness in the hereafter."

Debbie Allen, who featured in the TV adaptation of Distinction that depended on the film and ran for six seasons during the 1980s, tweeted, "My Heart Is Broken.

#IreneCara was a particularly gifted and lovely virtuoso. Her ability and her music will LIVE Until the end of time! Perpetually Recall HER NAME!"

Beals, who featured in Flashdance, shared a photograph to Instagram of herself with Cara from the 1984 Foundation Grants function.

"Much thanks to you splendid Irene for your open heart and your courageous triple danger ability," the entertainer inscribed the post.

"It took a wonderful visionary to compose and play out the soundtracks for the people who hope against hope."