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Are you a DIVA?

It seems like everybody is a DIVA nowadays! DIVA’s in business, in the school, on the street, in your neighborhood, in the magazines, TV, movies...even the little old lady that I visit at the nursing home is calling herself a DIVA!

Please read Amy’s post and provide your opinion


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      Stephanie wrote Aug 13, 2008
    • I associate the word DIVA with pop culture today. To me, DIVA carries negative meaning. While I consider Diana Ross and Whitney to be Diva’s, there is a new generation of DIVAS.

      This label reminds me of artists such as Mariah Carey who are known to always need (for example) their cold water, 2 mints, and 4 carrot sticks after a performance, and always have certain expectations they feel everyone should fulfill because of their position in the entertainment business.

      To me, this idea has not changed over the years.

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