Tina Turner passed away this Wednesday at the age of 83 at her home in Küsnacht, near Zurich (Switzerland), after a long illness. Although she is the queen of rock and rock and her work remains very much alive thanks to the numerous musicals, tributes and millions of views of her best known hits on music platforms around the world.

However, one of the most important living legends of the 20th century has left us, and the world of music, numerous celebrities and the media have wanted to remember her ever since. For this reason, Ana Rosa Quintana wanted to start her program today with a heartfelt tribute to the American artist.

Ana Rosa’s program began this morning to the rhythm of The Best, one of Tina Turner’s mythical hits, a song originally composed for Bonnie Tyler in 1988, but which the queen of rock turned into one of her greatest hits with millions of records sold.

“If yesterday we talked about Vinícius”, the presenter started after letting this song play for a few seconds, “today we begin with a goodbye to a woman who not only suffered from racism but also from machismo”. A few words that followed some of the images of the American artist singing and dancing on stages around the world.

“Tina Turner, pure energy, eternal rocker, a hurricane that danced on the sparks of her heels. A force of nature who said: ‘People think my life has been hard, but I think it has been a wonderful journey,'” the communicator continued.

And, to end with this emotional speech in tribute to one of the great icons of music with an undeniable story of improvement and survival, Ana Rosa just wanted to wish him a good trip. “Have a safe trip, Tina,” she concluded. And it is that the artist and her songs will always be immortal.