Tina Turner, 81, Says Faith Helped Her Overcome Abuse, Intestinal Cancer, & Stroke: “There’s Great Value In Never Giving Up”

Published Dec 8, 2020

Tina Turner, 81, Says Faith Helped Her Overcome Abuse, Intestinal Cancer, & Stroke: “There’s Great Value In Never Giving Up”

Her new book "Happiness Becomes You" details her journey through marital abuse and cancer — and how faith helped her get through it all.

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