The inductees of this year's Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame ceremony have just been announced.

This year, Foo Fighters, Jay-Z and Tina Turner will be honoured at the ceremony - with many social media users claiming that Turner's induction is long overdue.

Although she was inducted in 1991 with ex-husband Ike, this year will mark the 81-year-old Turner's induction as a solo artist - 37 years after she first released her solo debut.

Dave Grohl was also previously inducted as a member of Nirvana in 2014.

Joining them at the 2021 induction will be Carole King, Todd Rundgren and The Go-Gos.

The ceremony will take place at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse arena in Cleveland, Ohio - where the Hall of Fame is - on October 30th.

Foo Fighters reacted with a tongue-in-cheek Instagram post that referred to guitarist Pat Smear and read "Holy shit! The guitar player from The Germs is in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame!!!"

Turner, meanwhile, said that she was "thrilled."

Other awards set to be handed out on the night include the Musical Excellence Award, which will go to LL Cool J, Billy Preston and Randy Rhoads.

The Early Influence Award will be given to Kraftwerk, the late Gil Scott-Heron and guitarist Charley Patton.