Beyonce has paid tribute to her “beloved queen”, Tina Turner.
The ‘Break My Soul’ singer has beforehand hailed the ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ hitmaker as one among her greatest inspirations and following the information on Wednesday (24.05.23) that the star has handed away on the age of 83, Beyonce shared a heartfelt message.
She wrote on her web site: “My beloved queen. I like you endlessly. I’m so grateful to your inspiration, and all of the methods you’ve got paved the way in which. You are power and resilience. You are the epitome of energy and fervour.
“We are all so fortunate to have witnessed your kindness and beautiful spirit that will forever remain. Thank you for all you have done.”
In 2005, the previous Destiny’s Child star carried out a tribute to Tina throughout her Kennedy Center Honors ceremony, and three years later, the 2 stars carried out a duet of ‘Proud Mary’ on the Grammy Awards.
Mariah Carey remembered the ‘Steamy Windows’ singer as an “incredible performer, musician and trailblazer”.
She wrote on Instagram: “The phrases legendary, iconic, diva, and famous person are sometimes overused and but Tina Turner embodies all of them and so many extra – an unimaginable performer, musician and trailblazer.
“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.”
Meanwhile, Sir Elton John shared a photograph of himself with the “untouchable” singer.
He wrote on Instagram: “We have misplaced one of many phrase’s most enjoyable and electrical performers. A complete legend on report and on stage. She was untouchable.
“Condolences to Erwin and her household.
“The saddest information.
“@tinaturner #RIP (sic)”
And Sir Rod Stewart has been left “devastated” by the demise of his ‘It Takes Two’ duet companion.
He shared: “I’m devastated, what a woman! A friend and mentor – ‘It takes two’ – but there was only one Tina Turner.”