Fox News published a segment commemorating the life of Aretha Franklin — with one glaring blunder.The 11-minute segment featured clips and photos from Franklin’s illustrious career, but the mistake came 3 minutes and 24 seconds in when they featured a photo of Patti LaBelle.Fox News tweeted out the segment, which remained up early Thursday evening.BREAKING NEWS: Aretha Franklin, 'Queen of Soul,' dead at 76 https://t.co/rWvFQyNMwR https://t.co/0OWQu2kCDb— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 16, 2018Naturally, Twitter users were rational and understanding in their response. (Just kidding, they weren’t!)But how is @MsPattiPatti feeling, @FoxNews? Or do they all look the same to you? pic.twitter.com/X5PHF01Gnl— Nostradumbass (@Wildfrei) August 16, 2018Fox News Alert: Legendary singer Aretha Franklin dead at 76 pic.twitter.com/ZsouDZXfXv— Tim Donnelly (@timdonnelly) August 16, 2018Now @FoxNews .......don’t make Auntie Aretha cuss y’all out from heaven. pic.twitter.com/UmqYACi3rH— Eric Perry (@actingeric) August 16, 2018Our coverage of Aretha Franklin:Remembering the Queen of Soul: Photos from the life of Aretha FranklinCridlin: Aretha Franklin, world’s greatest singer, transcended cultural barriersFox News apologized to Franklin’s family and friends for the mistake in a press release."Our intention was to honor the icon using a secondary image of her performing with Patti LaBelle in the full screen graphic, but the image of Ms. Franklin was obscured in that process, which we deeply regret," said Jessica Santostefano, media desk vice president at Fox News.