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Music icon Tina Turner brought down the house–three times–as her tour passed through Chicago, stopping by the United Center Friday and Saturday nights, and Monday night at Allstate Arena. At 68, the Queen of Rock and Roll may have slowed down

Music icon Tina Turner brought down the house–three times–as her tour passed through Chicago, stopping by the United Center Friday and Saturday nights and Monday night at Allstate Arena. At 68, the Queen of Rock and Roll may have slowed down a bit. But she, by far, has not come to a screeching halt. With her signature toned legs that continue to be the envy of women, Turner performed the hit songs that not only won her countless awards but made her a legend in the music industry. Fans were on their feet as she performed "Proud Mary." And she gave an unforgettable theatrical treat as she performed her score "GoldenEye" from the "007" movie installments.

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