In an interview, Cher shared that she had recently gone to visit her colleague and friend Tina Turner at her home in Switzerland and this act had made the singer feel happy.
On Wednesday morning the world woke up to the news that the 83-year-old singer, dancer, composer and choreographer Tina Turner, also known as the Queen of Rock, had died at her home in Küsnacht, Switzerland. .
However, in the same interview that Cher offered to the news portal, she hinted that Turner was undergoing dialysis, in addition to sharing words of admiration and affection for the interpreter of What’s Love Got To Do With It.
Someone told me: ‘when you two laugh together, it’s the funniest thing you could ever want to hear’ because we have very different laughs. But she was very happy and like the first time I came to visit she was lying on a little chaise longue that looks out over the lake… and she said, ‘She was having a really good time and she didn’t seem to be that sick, not much. People knew about this, but he had a dialysis machine at home and that’s how he did it.
She was a great artist of our generation, there was no other person like her, there was no other person who came close to what she was.
And as a woman she gave a lot of love and confidence and I’m sure she inspired many young people in that sense, she gave me her support and strength at times. We were good friends,” Cher added.