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She was strict—the kind who starched and ironed dresses. When my parents went off to Knoxville to work, I lived with my father's mother.
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Although she officially hung up her high heels from the big tours in 2000, she returned to the United States last winter with the release of her double CD anthology, All the Best. Start reading Oprah's interview with Tina Turner Oprah: You look good! " Oprah: Your legs aren't just long, they're shapely and beautiful.
In Nutbush, Tina fantasized about stardom while singing in talent shows and at church. Louis at age 16, Anna was discovered by Ike, the leader of the R&B band the Kings of Rhythm.
Within a few years, her stirring vocals and energetic dance moves catapulted her from backup singer to the act's dominating force, which was renamed the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. (Ike already had two sons, and Tina had one.) The same year, they landed their first hit, "A Fool in Love," and in 1962, they were married in Tijuana.
You know what happens to children sometimes when their parents separate—school can be really cruel. But I grew out of that, and I fell in love in high school. I think when you haven't had that much love at home, and then you find someone you love, everything comes out.
Everything was in the right place—his eyes, his nose, his mouth.
The next day, my grandmother was doing spring cleaning and everything got washed. Ike thought I couldn't sing because I was a skinny-looking girl.