Tina Turner: How To Be “Simply The Best”

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  • Her voice is famous. And so are her legs.  At 74, Tina Turner seems to just get better and better with age – a phenomenon the singer believes comes down to a combination of great style, great health and a great attitude.

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    After an eight-year retirement that everyone – including Tina – believed was final, the evergreen soul star is doing a comeback tour.

    Tina has been a legendary performer since the early 60s, but her second taste of the big time began in 1985, with the multi-million selling album, Private Dancer. Tina was already 47 by then, an age when many rock stars are looking to slow down. However, the sexy star has always thought age was irrelevant.

    “A 50-year-old woman is equivalent to 40 when I was growing up,” she insists. “If you take care of yourself, 60 is nothing for women these days. In today’s world you can be the kind of woman you want to be.”

    Tina’s positive attitude doesn’t mean she hasn’t seen change in the past 25 years. She’s just able to put things into perspective.

    “Of course, I’ve aged a bit in the face,” she says, “but not enough to worry about it. I’ve common sense enough to know that something has to give.”

    Tina’s “Simply The Best” Weight Loss Secrets

    A few tiny wrinkles may be there, but Tina’s body weight has remained remarkably stable.

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