Singer Tina Turner died on May 24, aged 83.
On TikTok, some younger users have been filming their parents' reaction to the singer's death.
Many loyal fans have been singing and dancing along to their favorite Turner songs.
TikToker's are capturing their parents paying tribute to Tina Turner after hearing the news about the iconic singer's death.
"Mum's reaction after hearing Tina's news," reads the caption on one video posted on May 25 where a woman can be seen dancing along to the tune of Turner's hit song "The Best."
"To Tina," the woman says in the clip, raising a wine glass in the air.
Commenters under the video, which has received 475,000 views, said they loved watching the TikToker's mom celebrating the singer's life in this way.
"Tina wouldn't want anything else," the top comment under the post read.
A number of other TikTokers captured their parents and family members dancing to Turner's music as a way of paying tribute to her, while others filmed themselves telling their loved ones about the singer's death and waiting for their stunned responses. Some refused to believe the news and were filmed turning to Google to get confirmation of the facts before believing what they were told.
"She's simply the best," one mom responded when she read about the news on her phone, referencing one of Turner's lyrics.
TikTok is often used as a platform for people to respond to the deaths of public figures. For example, when Queen Elizabeth II died in September, TikTokers filmed their live reaction to the news and also paid tribute to her on the app by resurfacing old footage of her life and reign as Britain's monarch.
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On Wednesday, Turner's family announced she had "died peacefully" at her home in Switzerland at 83 after a "long illness."
The Grammy-winning music icon was known for hit songs like "What's Love Got to Do With It," "Private Dancer," and "Better Be Good to Me."
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