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Tina Turner

Singer Tina Turner performs on stage, during a concert in London. Turner died Wednesday at 83. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP hide caption

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Fans flock to Tina Turner's hometown museum after her death

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The genre-bending influence and legacy of Tina Turner

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Tina Turner, Pop and R&B vocalist, holds up a Grammy Award, Feb. 27, 1985, in Los Angeles. Turner, the unstoppable singer and stage performer, died Wednesday, after a long illness at her home in Küsnacht near Zurich, Switzerland, according to her manager. She was 83. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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Singer Tina Turner performs onstage during the 50th annual Grammy awards. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Turner, a symbol of talent triumphing over adversity, has died at 83

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Tina Turner and her children, photographed in 1967. Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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Tina Turner's Life Explored In New Documentary

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Darlene Love in 1964. Love was the uncredited singer on a handful of the biggest hits produced by Phil Spector during the era when he was making his "Wall of Sound" production technique famous. ABC Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty hide caption

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Dr. Dre's The Chronic was one of this year's 25 additions to the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry, alongside the theme song to Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and music by Tina Turner. Mike Coppola/Getty Images hide caption

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