Dionne Warwick (The Singer) is Having a Moment on Twitter

Dionne Warwick on Carousel of Hope, October 2020
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Of the 30+ Top 40 hits Dionne Warwick has recorded in her incredible career, the one that least describes her mood in 2020 is "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself."

Indeed, the legendary singer - who turns 80 on Dec. 12 - has been breaking the Internet with her remarkable, authentic candor on Twitter. Just this weekend, she lit up timelines everywhere with a deceptively simple question for Chance the Rapper: If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name?

As fans pondered the question, she turned "the" issue over to recent Grammy-snubbed artist The Weeknd ("It's not even spelled correctly?") and even herself.

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Chance, for his part, was delighted to receive a shout-out from the singer. So too was Taylor Swift, whose praises Warwick sung recently.

Warwick, who turned heads earlier this year with an appearance on Fox's The Masked Singer, has been delighting fans old and young with her opinions on Spotify hacks, millennial culture and even support for LGBTQ+ rights.

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And her fervent activism hasn't let up, either: for her 80th birthday, she's requesting donations to Hunger: Not Impossible, a project devoted to providing food access to Americans in need.

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