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 May 25, 2023

Hollywood stars react to death of music icon Tina Turner

Celebrities and industry leaders are reacting to the death of music icon Tina Turner.

Turner passed away on Wednesday at the age of 83 at her home near Zurich, Switzerland.

Music greats pay tribute

“The words legendary, iconic, diva, and superstar are often overused and yet Tina Turner embodies them all and so many more – an incredible performer, musician and trailblazer,” Mariah Carey wrote.

“To me, she will always be a survivor and an inspiration to women everywhere. Her music will continue to inspire generations to come. Rest in Peace, Queen," she added.

A deep impact

"So deeply sad to hear about Tina Turner's passing… I loved her version of Proud Mary! It was different and fantastic," singer Joh Fogerty tweeted.

"I was also so happy because she chose my song and it was her breakthrough record," she added.

Podcaster Megyn Kelly also commented on Turner's impact.

“She seemed like too strong a life force. She overcame…everything. Embodied strength, resilience, beauty, sass, warmth, dignity, TALENT! Along w/so many, I will treasure her music & legacy forever," she wrote.

"Turner became one of her era's most enduring female artists, with smash hits like 'What's Love Got to Do With It?' and memorable movie appearances," ABC News reported. Her top song hit number in 1984 and led to her Grammy award in 1985 for record of the year.

"Rolling Stone once named her 'one of the greatest singers of all time.'"

Turner's impact extended for decades through music and film. Her versions of songs like "Proud Mary" and "Acid Queen," among others, leave behind a legacy that will be listened to by past, present and future fans long after the singer's passing.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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