Drop the weapon and play 'It's Only Love'!
Tina Turner is ready to make her comeback (again) and is plotting her first tour in nearly a decade.
According to the Reuters news service, the 68-year-old Turner decided to give it another go after friend and film legend Sophia Loren told her it was "time to hit the road again."
( I would have guessed that seeing Syesha Mercardo doing a Halloween-esque version of "Proud Mary" on "American Idol" would have been reason enough to return. Please, wash that performance from our minds.)
The tour begins Oct. 1 in Kansas City and continues through Dec. 8 in Montreal. Only two Florida dates are currently listed: Nov. 2 in Fort Lauderdale and Nov. 5 in Orlando. Click here to see the full list.
Tina owned the 80s, recording 25 songs that hit the charts either in the U.S. or abroad. Still, my personal favorite Tina moment? No, not a song. Her role as "Aunty Entity" in 1985's "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome."
"You know the law: Two men enter, one man leaves."