Following Tina Turner’s shocking passing at the age of 83 over the weekend, Pia Miller has paid the icon a heartfelt tribute.
Pia, a model and actress who rose to popularity on Home and Away, posted a picture of the rock and roll icon.
Pia wrote, echoing admirers everywhere: “Oh my heart! Tina, you stood by me despite a lot of crap. a devoted supporter and admirer. Peace be with you.
Pia continued to post images of Tina while performing her well-known song, “What’s Love Got To Do With It?”
Following the news of Tina’s passing on Wednesday, a number of well-known Australians, including Pia, have publicly paid their respects to the singer.
The likes of Keith Urban, Celeste Barber and radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson all said they were shocked by the news which broke on Wednesday.
Keith, 55, who hit the stage to honour Tina back in 2021 when she was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in the U.S., thanked Tina for her contribution to the music industry.
Comedian Celeste Barber shared a picture of Tina and wrote: ‘Simply the best,’ alongside a broken heart emoji.
On their KIIS FM radio show on Thursday, Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O tackled the shocking revelation, with shock jock Kyle calling it a “shame.”
Keith sent an homage to Tina Turner on Instagram, saying, “I just heard about her passing and it hit my heart.”
“I hear that voice, I see that energy, and I sense that strength, sensuality, tenacity, and desire right away. That vitality,” he stated.
i just heard about Tina Turner’s passing and it hit my heart,’ Keith Urban wrote in a tribute shared to Instagram. ‘I’m immediately hearing that voice, seeing that energy and I’m feeling that strength, sensuality, determination and passion. That life force,’ he sa
‘I’m grateful that we have the music and the performances, which are the foundation for so much of what you hear and witness in countless other artists today,’ he continued. a unique impression. I appreciate everything you do, Tina.
After a protracted, unknown illness, the famed vocalist passed away at her home in Küsnach, Switzerland, not far from Zurich.
When the news was revealed, her reps said: “With her, the world loses a music legend and role model.”
On April 9, in what are believed to be her final public remarks, she told The Guardian how she hoped the world would remember her – and how she did not fear death.
‘How would you like to be remembered?’ the Guardian asked.
‘As the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll. As a woman who showed other women that it is OK to strive for success on their own terms.’
Asked what frightens her about getting older, she replied: ‘Nothing. This is life’s full adventure and I embrace and accept every day with what it brings.’
Throughout her career, Turner won eight Grammy’s from 25 nominations and three lifetime Grammy Awards. She was known for hits including Proud Mary, What’s Love Got to Do With It, and The Best