Tina Turner, revered as one of rock’s most extraordinary vocalists and captivating performers, has passed away at the age of 83, as confirmed by her spokesperson.

In an official statement, the spokesperson shared the news, stating, “Tina Turner, widely hailed as the ‘Queen of Rock’n Roll,’ peacefully departed today at the age of 83 after a prolonged illness, in her residence in Kusnacht near Zurich, Switzerland. Her loss is mourned as the world bids farewell to a music icon and an inspiring role model.”

Born in the United States, Tina Turner emerged as one of the leading female rock singers, enchanting audiences worldwide with her electrifying stage presence and a series of chart-topping hits, including The Best, Proud Mary, Private Dancer, and What’s Love Got to Do With It.

Her musical journey began in the 1960s, alongside her former spouse Ike Turner, and their repertoire included the timeless classic River Deep, Mountain High. The deeply disturbing domestic abuse inflicted upon Tina by Ike was brought to light in a 1993 Hollywood biopic, featuring Angela Bassett, which received acclaim and garnered three Academy Awards.

Furthermore, Tina Turner’s extraordinary life story continues to captivate audiences in a highly regarded West End production that remains ongoing, forever immortalizing her indelible legacy.

The passing of Tina Turner leaves an immense void in the music world, as her incomparable talent and remarkable influence have left an indelible mark on generations of fans and fellow artists alike. Her extraordinary achievements and resilient spirit will be celebrated and remembered for years to come.