Beyonce joins Tina Turner for Grammy performance

The rock veteran makes a comeback

Tina Turner was joined onstage by Grammy winner Beyonce at tonight's 50th Annual Grammy Awards.

This was the rock veteran's first stage appearance in several years. Turner, dressed in a skin-tight silver pant-suit, sang three songs, including her hits 'What's Love Got To Do With It' and 'Better Be Good To Me', as well as a duet of 'Proud Mary' with Beyonce.

The singers were introduced by Cher, who quipped "As many of you know, I first started singing when Lincoln was president, and I know stars when I see them."

You can follow other Grammy Award news live as it happens on NME.COM.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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