Beyoncé, Oprah, amongst celebs paying tribute to late Tina Turner

The dying of music legend Tina Turner yesterday has impressed a large outpouring of tributes and expressions of mourning from many. Amongst them are different big-name stars of a number of generations, together with Beyoncé, Dionne Warwick, and Oprah Winfrey.

Beyoncé paid homage to Turner, who died at age 83 after a protracted sickness, on the entrance web page of her web site. She put a photograph of her and Turner holding arms throughout their efficiency collectively on the 2008 Grammy Awards. Beneath the picture is a press release from the all-time main Grammy Award winner.

“My beloved queen. I really like you endlessly,” Beyoncé posted. “I’m so grateful in your inspiration and all of the methods you paved the best way. You might be robust and resilient. You’re the epitome of energy and keenness.”

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(Left to proper) Singers Beyoncé Knowles and Tina Turner carry out onstage throughout the “fiftieth annual Grammy Awards” on Feb. 10, 2008, on the Staples Heart in Los Angeles. (Picture by Kevin Winter/Getty Photos)

Warwick took to her Twitter web page to pay tribute to Turner. “One other longtime pal has made her transition,” Warwick wrote. “Not solely will I miss that everlasting ball of power named Tina Turner, however your complete world may also discover this void of their lives. My condolences to her husband and different members of her household. Relaxation in Peace, my pal!”

Winfrey expressed her gratitude to Turner with two Instagram posts, together with quite a few pictures of them over time and a video reel from Turner’s “Wildest Goals Tour” from the Nineties. Winfrey wrote within the caption of the previous about how she went from being a fan of Turner’s as a child to being a “actual pal” after she appeared on a number of of Winfrey’s TV exhibits.

“She is our eternally goddess of rock ‘n’ roll who contained a magnitude of internal energy that grew all through her life,” Winfrey wrote. “She was a job mannequin for me and the world. She inspired part of me I didn’t know existed.”

Singer Lizzo was on her tour when information of Turner’s dying dropped. The hitmaking singer-flutist posted a video clip to Twitter of her tribute to the departed icon throughout her Wednesday evening live performance. Earlier than performing a “Proud Mary” model, Lizzo cried out to her followers, “There wouldn’t be no rock ‘n’ roll with out Tina Turner!”

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