Tina Turner Mourned By Celebrities, Including The Obamas

Tina Turner, the legendary soul singer behind hits like “The Best” and “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” has died at the age of 83.

Turner’s death was announced on Wednesday, and celebrities and fans from around the world have paid tribute to her.

“Tina Turner was the epitome of passion and power,” Beyoncé said in a statement. “She was a true icon who inspired so many.”

Sir Mick Jagger, who collaborated with Turner on the song “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll,” called her “a force of nature.”

“She was one of the greatest singers of all time,” Jagger said. “She will be missed by everyone who knew her.”

Turner was born in Tennessee in 1939 and began her career as a gospel singer. She later joined her husband, Ike Turner, in a rock and roll duo. The couple had a successful career, but they also had a tumultuous relationship. Turner eventually left Ike Turner in 1976 and launched a successful solo career.

Turner went on to win eight Grammy Awards and sell over 100 million records worldwide. She was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991.

In addition to her musical success, Turner was also an inspiration to many people. She overcame years of domestic abuse and went on to become one of the most successful women in the music industry.

Turner’s death is a loss for the music world, but her legacy will live on. She was a true icon who inspired so many people.

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