Tina Turner: Celebs Rumors


Nick Jonas, Adrienne Warren Starring on Broadway in ‘The Last Five Years’

Brent Lang Executive Editor Nick Jonas and Adrienne Warren will team up for the first-ever Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown’s“The Last Five Years.” The musical, a look at the flowering and dissolution of a romantic relationship, was first produced at Chicago’s Northlight Theatre in 2001. It later mounted an Off Broadway show and inspired a 2014 film with Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan.

All news where Tina Turner is mentioned

Patti LaBelle Reacts to Tina Turner Tribute Teleprompter Mishap at BET Awards: 'I Did My Best' (Exclusive)
Patti LaBelle paid tribute to her late friend and musical icon, Tina Turner, with a soul-stirring performance during the BET Awards.LaBelle took the stage to honor the incomparable Queen of Rock 'n' Roll, paying tribute to the late Turner with a rendition of «The Best.» Wearing a sparkly fringe minidress reminiscent of Turner's signature style, the Godmother of Soul showed off her powerhouse vocals as she belted out the song's lyrics — but not without a stumble here and there as she struggled to keep up with the teleprompter used to guide her through the song's entirety. Although LaBelle's vocals were solid, she admitted she wasn't able to see the lyrics on the teleprompter throughout the tribute, telling the crowd, «I can't see the words and I don't know. I'm tryin', y'all!»At one point, LaBelle asked, «Where are my background singers,» referencing her infamous performance of «This Christmas» at the 1996 National Tree Lighting Ceremony, where the «Lady Marmalade» singer's cue cards were out of order.Still, LaBelle powered through her stumbles and got back in sync with her background singers as the audience sang and danced along and ended the tribute to a standing ovation. «God bless you, Tina Turner,» she exclaimed on stage.LaBelle spoke with ET's Kevin Frazier backstage after her performance and opened up about why it was so important for her to honor Turner at the event and what it meant to her.«It meant no matter what voice I'm in — I'm hoarse, I have a cold — but whatever, I had to, I was giving it up for Tina Turner, 'cause she's simply the best,» LaBelle said, as she got a bit emotional thinking about the late icon.
Tina Turner’s husband Erwin Bach seen for first time after her death
following the 83-year-old icon’s death on May 24.Erwin Bach made his first appearance on Wednesday in front of their villa, Château Algonquin, in Küsnacht, placing flowers in front of a memorial for his late wife, whose decadeslong career brought in tributes from fans, her friends and peers in entertainment, politicians and even royalty.The 67-year-old German music executive was dressed in all black and wore sunglasses as he tidied up the many gifts fans left in front of their longtime residence.Swiss German-language newspaper Blick reported that Bach was silent but “drawn by grief” as he “looked calmly and visibly moved at the gifts from the fans.”“He read cards with interest and carefully picked up bouquets of flowers to place them with other bouquets,” the site wrote in German.Turner died from natural causes at home in Kusnacht near Zurich, Switzerland.A private funeral is planned for family and friends, according to a representative. The “Proud Mary” singer started dating music producer Bach in 1986, eight years after she ended her toxic marriage with Ike Turner.Turner knew it was “love at first sight” when she initially met Bach, she told longtime friend Oprah Winfrey in a 2013 interview.Bach proposed to the Grammy-winning “Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll” twice before she agreed to tie the knot.