Mick Jagger

Tina Turner: Beyoncé, Mick Jagger and Elton John honour 'total legend'

Beyoncé said she was the "epitome of passion and power", while Sir Mick Jagger called her a "wonderful friend" and "enormously talented" performer.

Turner was also praised by Mariah Carey and Oprah Winfrey as a "survivor" who overcame years of domestic abuse.

The Obamas praised her for "singing her truth through joy and pain".

They were joined by current US President Joe Biden, who noted that Turner had started life as a farmer's daughter and hailed her "once-in-a-generation talent".

Mick Jagger's family just got a lot more complicated

But being a member of his family? That's a little more complicated.

Jagger has eight children with five different mothers, as well as five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

But the great-grandchild, Ezra Jackson, is not the youngest one in the clan.

That's Jagger's newborn son, who was born to his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick, 29, on Thursday. (Jagger is 73.)

Revealed: Unseen photos from Mick Jagger's racy film debut

Instead, consider "Performance," the 1970 British gangster film where he made his acting debut as a gender-bending, sexually fluid former rock star with a taste for threesomes and psychedelic drugs.

Because of its gay undertones, explicit violence, depictions of drug use and graphic sex scenes, "Performance" was buried by Warner Bros. for two years before it was ever seen by the public.

"The studio had read the script, so they should have known what they were getting into," recalls producer Sandy Lieberson. "But they really hated the film. They kept saying it was dirty."