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Sir Tom Jones thanks Tina Turner for being ‘incredible woman’

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Sir Tom Jones has thanked the late Tina Turner for being an “incredible woman”. The ‘Sex Bomb’ singer, 82, born a year after the ‘We Don’t Need Another Hero’ hitmaker – whose death aged 83 was announced on Wednesday (24.

05. 23) – also hailed her as a “one of a kind talent”. He said on Twitter alongside an image of him singing with Tina: “Tina, an incredible woman, a genuine singer, a one of a kind talent, I am honoured to have known her.

RIP Tina. ” His tweet has racked up hundreds of comments, and joins tributes that have been flooding in for Tina from the likes of The Rolling Stones and Sir Elton John.

Sir Mick Jagger, 79, said on Twitter: “I’m so saddened by the passing of my wonderful friend Tina Turner. “She was truly an enormously talented performer and singer.

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