Tina Turner Comes Out of Retirement For Charity Event

R&B legend TINA TURNER gave her strongest hint yet of a musical comeback with her first live show in seven years. She wowed an audience of business leaders and celebrities who had paid more than $30,000 each for tables at the show. Turner, 67, took to the stage at London’s Natural History Museum on Friday (May 18) as part of a fundraiser for the Caudwell charity for sick and disabled children. Wearing a glittering mini dress, she treated the audience to a medley of her hits. The concert was Tina’s first live performance since she waved goodbye to fans at the old Wembley Stadium seven years ago. And there are likely to be more concerts in the pipeline, as Tina revealed she has been planning a comeback. “Wisdom comes with age, especially when one is at the stage where I am. I still feel like something else is coming for me, something very special. I might be 90 or 100 years old, but I’ll still be able to say, ‘I’ve got it!’”


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