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Singer Chanel Haynes Was Fired From Tina Turner Musical After Performing With the Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones in Milan, Italy. She took it, but, somehow, the other shoe dropped — the gig appears to have resulted in Haynes getting fired from her dream role of portraying Tina Turner in London's West End musical.In an interview with, the New Orleans native told the venerable magazine that she was canned from the  musical and barred from completing the final three shows shortly after accepting a last-minute invitation from The Stones to fly from London to Milan to replace backup singer, Sasha Allen, who had to bow out due to an unspecified reason. «Gimme Shelter» has been a staple in the Rolling Stones' setlist for decades now, and a duet between Mick Jagger and Allen. The band was told about Haynes, and after watching some of her past performances the band wondered if she could fly up to Italy, stat.«I can't say exactly when I got the call because I don't want to give timelines,» she told.

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