It’s a diva off! Post your entry in the comments.
From 2:40 to the end just makes me jump out of my seat every time.
I’m not sure I know how to do this, but here goes.
There is no possible way to top that.
Oh, snap. I am an html goddess.
Aly, you can’t just play the queen right away and kill the game. You have to ease into things like this.
I’m your LAAAAAAADDDDDYYYYYY
When she sings the line “I’m gonna do all that I can”, I always think of the word duodenum.
Wow, sorry. I thought by “Diva-Off,” you meant “Bring your diva and win.”
HA! ok, fine. Then it’s a contest for second place.
It won’t let me embed.
I think it’s safe to declare the competition over.
Well, it’s been 25 minutes and no one has dared challenge me.
Where’s my prize?
I stand by my previous entry of early celine.
Over Justin in a unitard? Seriously?
Two divas are better than one, both at the top of their games:
up and comer.
Dang. Who is she?
no idea. youtube girl.
I know! Divalicious.
The thing that bugs me about some “diva”s (surely not all) is the idea that they get points for making it look hard, as if they are giving birth. A great thing sounds even more amazing to me if it looks effortless.
I disagree … sometimes. There are some moments where the sweat, and the pump, and the “blow hard” make it for me.
I just found this. The diva goodness starts at 3:40, but it’s better if you’ve heard the beginning. Who wants to skip the musical foreplay? And did I just say that? This song is from a great album entitled “Mountain High, Valley Low” and always makes me emotional.
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