She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 1750 North Vine Street in Hollywood, California.
Craig (born 1958) is Tina's son from a relationship she had with Raymond Hill, a saxophone player in Ike's band, The Kings of Rhythm.
Ronnie (born 1964), is the son Tina and Ike had during their 16-year marriage.
Joint winner (with Ike Turner) of a Grammy award for 'Best R&B Group Performance, Vocal Or Instrumental' for "Proud Mary". 
Stepmmother of Ike Jr. and Michael, the sons Ike had during his marriage to first wife, Lorriane Taylor; whom Ike didn't get "legally" divorced from until 1974.
Oscar winning director Vincente Minnelli wanted Tina to star in a potential biopic of legendary blues singer Bessie Smith in 1974 but the project never came to fruition.
World's most successful female rock artist ever. Record sales: over 60 million (1983-1999). Has sold more concert tickets than any other female performer in history. 7-time Grammy Award-winner.
Turned down the role of Shug Avery in The Color Purple (1985). The part eventually went to Margaret Avery.
Joint winner (with Terry Britten) of a Grammy award for 'Record Of The Year' for "What's Love Got To Do With It?". [February 1985]
Winner of a Grammy award for 'Best Female Rock Vocal Performance' for "Better Be Good To Me". [February 1985]
Took part in the USA For Africa recording of "We Are The World". [28 January 1985].
Winner of a Grammy award for 'Best Female Pop Vocal Performance' for "What's Love Got To Do With It?". [February 1985]
Living with EMI record executive Erwin Bach since 1986.
Winner of a Grammy award for 'Best Female Rock Vocal Performance' for "One Of The Living". 
Winner of a Grammy award for 'Best Female Rock Vocal Performance' for "Back Where You Started". 
Winner of a Grammy award for 'Best Female Rock Vocal Performance' for "Live In Europe". 
Songwriter Holly Knight wrote "(Simply) the Best" (1989) with British pop singer Paul Young in mind. However, when Young passed on the offer, Tina recorded the song after adding a bridge and key change, and it became one of her most high profile signature tunes.
Turned down a role in Thelma & Louise (1991).
Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (with Ike Turner) in 1991.
Angela Bassett (playing Tina Turner) mimed to Tina's voice when performing the musical numbers in the film What's Love Got to Do with It (1993).
Is portrayed by Angela Bassett in What's Love Got to Do with It (1993)
Living in Zurich, Switzerland. [1994-present]
 Rapper Warren G., along with Adina Howard, covered her Grammy-winning hit song "What's Love Got To Do With It?" for the Supercop (1995) soundtrack.
Received the Lifetime Achievement prize at the MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London. [7 October 1999]
Had the biggest-grossing concert tour of North America in 2000. However, due to lower ticket prices, *NSync sold more tickets than Tina.
Rapper Fat Joe sampled a lyric from the chorus of Tina's 1984 hit "What's Love Got To Do With It?" which was used in "What's Luv?", his hit single featuring Ashanti. 
Ranked #6 on VH-1's 100 Sexiest Artists. 
Recipient of the 2005 Kennedy Center Honors. Other recipients were Robert Redford, Tony Bennett, Suzanne Farrell, and Julie Harris. [3 December 2005]
[20 February 2006] "Teach Me Again", her duet with Elisa, from the soundtrack of All the Invisible Children (2005), enters the Italian singles chart at Number 1.
Grew up believing she had significant Native American ancestry but a DNA test presented on "African American Lives 2" (2008) showed she was only 1% Native American and 33% European.