Legendary singer Etta James died Friday (January 20) morning due to complications from leukemia. She was 73. James was hospitalized in May for a blood infection and, according to her manager, was in the 'final stages of leukemia.' The prolific 'At Last' singer won six Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. 'The Artist' took home major prizes at the London Critics' Circle Awards for best film, best director and best actor.