Tina Turner






Artist Statistics

Below are the number of appearances made, sorted by the most popular types of performance. Repeat performances are not counted, unless stated otherwise.


Artist Appearances

Episode Performance
14/01/2000 Whatever You Need
Studio Performance

29/10/1999 When The Heartache Is Over
Studio Performance

22/10/1999 When The Heartache Is Over
Studio Performance

26/07/1996 Missing You
Music Video

06/06/1996 On Silent Wings
Satillite Performance

29/02/1996 Whatever You Want
Studio Performance

16/11/1995 Goldeneye
Studio Performance

30th Anniversary Special The Best
Studio Performance

28/10/1993 Why Must We Wait Until Tonight
Top 40 Breaker Clip

02/09/1993 Disco Inferno
Music Video

26/08/1993 Disco Inferno
Top 40 Breaker Clip

27/05/1993 I Don’t Wanna Fight
Music Video

20/05/1993 I Don’t Wanna Fight
Top 40 Breaker Clip

13/05/1993 I Don’t Wanna Fight
Satillite Performance

13/06/1992 I Want You Near Me
Top 40 Breaker Clip

14/11/1991 The Way Of The World
Live Performance

26/09/1991 Nutbush City Limits
Music Video

19/09/1991 Nutbush City Limits
Top 40 Breaker Clip

18/10/1990 Be Tender With Me Baby
Top 40 Breaker Clip

23/08/1990 Look Me In The Heart
Music Video

22/02/1990 Steamy Windows
Studio Performance

15/02/1990 Steamy Windows
Music Video

Review of the 80s What’s Love Got To Do With It
Music Video

14/12/1989 I Don’t Wanna Lose You
Music Video

30/11/1989 I Don’t Wanna Lose You
Studio Performance

14/09/1989 The Best
Studio Performance

31/08/1989 The Best
Music Video

01/08/1985 We Don’t Need Another Hero (thunderdome)
Music Video

18/07/1985 We Don’t Need Another Hero (thunderdome)
Top 40 Breaker Clip

29/11/1984 Private Dancer
Music Video

02/08/1984 What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Music Video

12/07/1984 What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Music Video

28/06/1984 What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Music Video

15/03/1984 Help
Studio Performance

08/12/1983 Let’s Stay Together
Music Video

24/11/1983 Let’s Stay Together
Music Video




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