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Tina Turner Talks Being 'Classic' and Wishing She Could Watch Her Own Show in First Interview With ET

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Turner's rep confirmed that she died peacefully at her home in Küsnacht near Zurich, Switzerland, at the age of 83.In 1981, at the height of her comeback to music, following a years-long hiatus, and transition to rock n' roll, the «Proud Mary» singer spoke to ET while on the road with Rod Stewart.«I've been doing it too long to be nervous,» she quipped while speaking about possible nerves ahead of taking the stage. "… If my dress wasn't right or my shoes were wrong… everything is fine and I know the words, so I'm going to be fine.«For Turner, nothing beat the experience of live music.

And if she had the chance, she would take in her own show — that's how good she was.»You can't replace what's live," she told ET. «It's one thing looking at it.

Sometimes I say I really wish it was possible that I could just really take a seat and look at my own show. Because I don't want to look at it on screen.

It's different, it's being there and seeing that human being standing there doing it and not that it was a month ago or photographed.

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