"When The Heartache Is Over" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. Written by Graham Stack and John Reid for her album Twenty Four Seven (1999), it was released as the album's leading single in mid-to late 1999.
It was a considerable hit both on the pop and dance charts, reaching the top ten in Finland, Spain and the United Kingdom, while peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart in the U.S. The CD singles released included remixes of "When The Heartache Is Over" by among others the Metro team, 7th District Inc. and Hex Hector. Certain European CD singles also included two live recordings from Turner's 1996 Wildest Dreams Tour, "I Can't Stand the Rain" and "On Silent Wings".
The music video, which was filmed by British director Paul Boyd, features Turner dancing on a giant "T" with other dancers around her on the ground. The video was choreographed by Tina Landon. The background is black with a big screen that has flashing colours on it.
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