Tina Turner was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. 30, her first induction as a solo artist and second overall, after being inducted alongside husband Ike Turner in 1991 as duo Ike & Tina Turner.

Turner — who wasn’t present at the ceremony — was inducted by Angela Bassett, who famously portrayed Turner in an Oscar-nominated performance in the 1993 biopic “What’s Love Got to Do With It?”

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During her speech, Bassett pointed out that Turner’s induction as a solo artist was part of her “journey to independence,” as depicted in the film.

“For Tina, hope triumphed over hate,” said Bassett. “Faith won over fear. And ambition eclipsed adversity.”

Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 
Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 

In addition to Bassett’s speech, country singer Mickey Guyton performed Turner’s signature song “What’s Love Got to Do With It?”, while Christina Aguilera delivered an energetic take on “River Deep, Mountain High”.

Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 

Also taking to the stage was the duo of H.E.R. and Keith Urban, tackling “It’s Only Love”, Turner’s 1984 duet with Bryan Adams.

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Urban, in fact, was a last-minute substitute; as Variety reported, Adams was scheduled to perform alongside H.E.R., but was forced to pull out at the last when he tested positive for COVID-19 (a rep for the Canadian rocker confirmed he’s fully vaccinated and is showing no symptoms).

H.E.R. and Keith Urban
H.E.R. and Keith Urban — Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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