Not long ago I foolishly said that Celine Dion's version of the classic Tina Turner number "The Best" might just be better than the original.
Tina had stopped playing concerts in 2000. Apart from some promotion in 2005 for a greatest hits album and an appearance later that year at the Kennedy Center Honors, she has kept a low profile since then.
However, the 68 year old diva made a special appearance at the recent Grammy Awards.
Tina warmed up with a medley of "What's Love Got To Do With It" and "Better Be Good To Me" and was then joined by Beyoncé for a stunning rendition of "Proud Mary".
Tina now has eight Grammys in her collection after picking one up for her part in Herbie Hancock's surprise album of the year winner River: The Joni Letters.
I take back what I'd said previously - Tina is still "the Best".