Pamela Rooke, who became an icon of the British punk rock scene under the name Jordan, died Sunday at age 66 after battling a rare form of cancer. On Instagram, Williams posted a picture of her with Jordan and of her playing Jordan on Pistol. "your image and your essence will transcend your time here. there will never be anyone like you again, but many will try," wrote Williams. "jordan gave me her time and her belief. people ask me how i prepared to play her and, truthfully, it was all jordan. from the shape of the beehive, the rhythm of my speech, to the position i held my shoulders, jordan sculpted it all and more. we aren’t only grateful for her insight and input toward the creation of ‘pistol’, but we owe her our respect for the impact her vision has had on the liberation of women’s bodies. she is walking art, and the world is changed since she strode through it. rest in peace, jordan… or anarchy, whichever you prefer"