Geraldine Hunt  

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Geraldine Hunt (born February 10 1945, St. Louis, Missouri was raised in Chicago, Illinois. She is an American R&B singer who had several hits in the early 1980s, including a #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart: "Can't Fake the Feeling" spent seven weeks at the top in 1980.

Hunt is the mother of three children; Rosalind Hunt of the musical group Chéri, singer Freddie James and Jeanne.

She is well-known for her dancefloor hit Can't Fake the Feeling.



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