Tina Turner's house could become a museum. According to the Mirror, the husband of the American superstar who died on May 24 plans to use the property to exhibit objects related to the career of the queen of rock and roll.

The house, acquired in 2021, is located about 30 minutes from the mansion where Tina Turner lived with Erwin Bach in Küsnacht, Switzerland. The villa is worth 58 million pounds.

In Brownsville, the singer's hometown in Tennessee, the mayor plans to erect a statue near Carver High School, where Tina studied when she was a teenager. A monument has already been dedicated to her in the same American city.

Tina Turner's husband likely to inherit half of her fortune

It remains to be seen who will inherit her fortune. Tina Turner's children, Craig and Ronnie, have died.

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