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diva

a highly distinguished female singer; prima donna
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Gemma channelling Little Britain's Emily Howard, by walking around Essex saying "I'm a diva", is just not going to cut it, I'm afraid.
Myth #1: diVa Laser Vaginal Therapy will be an embarrassing procedure.
Actor Sushant Singh Rajput announced Chudasama as the winner, while Miss Diva Miss Universe India 2017 Shraddha Shashidhar crowned her successor at the NSCI Dome.
Sometimes Arg even asks his girlfriend to be a diva. She said: "He goes, 'Can you be GC today.' I am like, 'Arg, no!'" Gemma admitted being The GC can be exhausting but stressed the importance of speaking her mind and being assertive.
"Cher was one of the numbers in my first show for Boulevard and then after the reaction we had to the Gaga routine I knew we needed to do a full diva show," she told Chronicle Live.
Titled "Cloudy With A Chance Of Hurricane Kimchi: Divas Night" the evening will mark the second of a two-part international January show.
To discern the needs of its target market, Diva listens to the "raving fans of The DivaCup," says director of marketing Brian Tatarnic.
Within the XB1000, the Diva Media Boards are used to collect data originated by remote terminals, attached to ISDN, POTS, or wireless networks, and then conveyed to a central server via private data networks.
'You're the best damn diva I've ever seen,' she said.
Diva's marketing message encourages and empowers women of all ages to say goodbye to old methods of period care and switch to The DivaCup and embrace the freedom and convenience it provides.
IN THE LATE '90s, women ruled the pop charts, but it took Ken Ehrlich to unite the performers and usher in a new Era of the Diva.