ZURICH – Tina Turner, the fiery goddess of music with her soul performances and raspy voice is looking to become Swiss nationalized.
NDJ World | Published: Jan 25 2013 Celebrities→Europe
American born Turner, who performed live for the last time in 2009, has been living in Switzerland since 1995.
The ‘Zürichsee-Zeitung’ (Lake Zurich News Paper) reports that Tina Turner has already completed her Swiss citizenship’s test and interview and is waiting for the go ahead from Federal authorities and the Zurich government.
Tina Turner has been living with her husband at Küsnacht, a picturesque community with about 13,000 people, overlooking Lake Zurich in Zurich.
Tina Turner isn’t the only celebrity to call Switzerland home:
Singer/drummer Phill Collins, country singer Shania Twain and actor Roger Moore have already been living in the country of lush green hills, majestic mountains, clear crisp flowing streams and the Edelweiss – the velvety flower that only grows in Switzerland and is said to have healing powers to cure abdominal and respiratory diseases.
Once part of the power duo ‘Ike and Tina’, that produced such monster hits as ‘Proud Mary’, ‘Nutbush City Limits’ and ‘River Deep Mountain High’, Tina Turner is still active in music and is presently busy recording ‘Beyond 2′.
“I am feeling at home in this country. I can’t think of a better place to live,” the ever charming Tina Turner says.
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