A diva Takes the Stage Day two of the summit ended on a high note—literally.
But no one is as lucky as the diva who will be raking in an estimated half-million dollars a show beginning this Tuesday night.
Every 40-plus diva on both coasts will fight for the starring role.
People scream, the orchestra stops playing, and the stage manager whisks the diva into the wings.
Still, the diva chooses to believe more benign, desexualized factors explain her success.
She cut the cards to her sister with a hand that trembled so much that she had to do it again, and diva could scarcely deal.
In his dull way he had learned that to pull the diva, one must agree with her.
The climax of the performance was to be a duet, to be sung by the great Roger and a diva who was past her youth.
“I shall give you her address,” interrupted the diva, hastily.
The diva came tripping out once more, the others, too--bowing, smiling--recipients of flowers.
A male transvestite; esp, a homosexual cross-dresser; drag queen: Salt-N-Pepa's divas are checking out designer creations
[1990s+; fr Italian, ''goddess, lady love,'' used by the 1880s to designate a distinguished woman singer]