With Tina Turner, it was all about legs and nothing was just about legs. In 2015, the author of “What’s Love Got to Do with It” (died this Wednesday, May 24 at the age of 83) insured her legs for $3.2 million in case of an accident on stage – she who, as a teenager She thought he was some kind of “lame pony”, with legs that were too long for his 163m height.
Tina Turner’s legs weren’t even the best by far. Take, for example, those of Mariah Carey, valued at 1,000 million dollars, or those of Cristiano Ronaldo, insured at 144 million dollars, so that fate does not take him away from the playing fields. But in the case of Tina Turner, her legs weren’t just a tool of the trade, a pop star whim, but a symbol of liberation that spanned generations.
Tina Turner died. The American rock singer and diva turned 83
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