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Music legend Tina Turner dies at 83

Despite her power in front of the audience, an off-stage Turner felt trapped by Ike. She later revealed that she suffered years of violence and psychological abuse during her marriage, often singing with blackened eyes or swollen lips. “I couldn’t leave him because I cared, so I put up with it,” she told

Vogue in 1984 ). But she finally reached her limit: “I thought, ‘I’m not going to get dragged in the dirt again.'” In 1978 special Na escaped from Ike after a fierce fight in Dallas. She left in the middle of the night, wearing a blood-stained white suit with cents in her pocket, to a car park hostel. The couple divorced on 1978 when she, against the advice of her attorney, accepted responsibility for the debts incurred and unpaid taxes and allowed Ike retains most of their property assets. She did, however, retain the rights to her stage name.

Although Turner is finally free, the late 40 desolate. She recorded two unsuccessful albums, but continued to tour. Her comeback began when Rolling Stones, fans of her since her teens, asked Turner to open on their US tour. Then, in 1981, she strikes a solo deal with Capitol – apparently thanks to the persuasion of her label partner David Bowie . By the end of that year, her cover of Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” was a hit in the UK.

s, Turner’s second act easily overshadows her success with Ike. In 1981, her album Private Dancer was a huge success in the US and beyond. The album included “What’s Love Got to Do with It”, which became her biggest hit and won four Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year. During this time, Turner also met and began dating Erwin Bach, eventually marrying him in a civil ceremony at their home in Switzerland in July 1993.

was later released in 1981 and 1986 A multi-platinum album with singles including “The Best” and “GoldenEye,” representing 1993 James Bond’s film of the same name. Turner has also been in several films, starring opposite Mel Gibson 1984 box office smash Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. In

I, Tina by 1986 Turner with music journalist Kurt Loder, she Describes her abusive relationship with Ike and recalls making multiple suicide attempts while at . In 1993, What’s Love Got to Do with It , film adaptation of her autobiography opens, earns star Angela Bessett’s Favor was nominated for an Oscar for the first time.



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