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diva

a highly distinguished female singer; prima donna
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His youngest son is called Jude, and Sebastien admits he's looking forward to Il Divo returning to the city that gave the world the Fab Four.
Katherine and Il Divo - Carlos Marin, Sebastien Izambard, David Miller and Urs Buhler - have won millions of fans worldwide while leading a classical-crossover revolution in recent years.
But Miller adds that the Il Divo treatment can do wonders for a song.
Last year Il Divo, the pop/opera hybrids who sing like Pavarotti and dress like James Bond, were named as Artist of the Decade at the Classic BRIT Awards It was a sign of recognition and respect for a group who are as manufactured as any boy band and backed by Simon Cowell to boot (he's said to have been inspired to create the group after listening to Andrea Bocelli while watching The Sopranos).
RECENTLY named Artist of the Decade at the Classic BRITS, IL Divo are due to perform at Belfast's Odyssey Arena on Wednesday, April 4 as part of their massive 4th World Tour and we've FOUR pairs of tickets up for grabs.
Auto Business News-March 15, 2012--Tata Motors Limited launches Divo bus in India(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
Musical tastes vary, of course, and other words could, and will, be used to describe the operatic boy band Il Divo, the headlining act at the Beiteddine International
Summary: - Emirates Palace resounded with operatic harmonies from Il Divo, backed by the renowned Puccini Festival Opera Orchestra