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Synonyms for diva

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a distinguished female operatic singer

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DIVO Coarsely Grated Heart of Parmigiano Reggiano P.
Il Divo and Katherine Jenkins appear at the ECHO arena on April 10
Album tracks range from their take on Elvis Presley's Can't Help Falling in Love to an Italian version (they also sing in Spanish, English and French) of My Heart Will Go On, the Titanic soundtrack made famous by Celine Dion, and besides all the "most obvious Il Divo songs" there are four new tracks too.
Il Divo have just completed the final South American leg of their 10- month world tour and Katherine has recently toured South Africa, China, Japan and Taiwan as well as the UK.
it's where the evolution of Il Divo has gone, but people are not that familiar with them.
Tata Motors Limited (NYSE: TTM), an India-based automaker, has launched its Divo super luxury bus in India.
Audience members with a low tolerance for saccharine who were innocent of the Il Divo phenomenon no doubt felt their hearts sink a little as the show opened.
Il Divo concert is another highlight of Abu Dhabi Festival 2010.
The date of a concert by operatic group Il Divo has been changed following the death of Sheikh Ahmed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
FOUR sharp-dressed men will perform their tribute to opera idols Il Divo in a special pre-Christmas show.
Forse, l'ultimo divo e Silvio Berlusconi, colui che rappresenta l'esperienza politica mediata e mediatizzata.
Streisand herself invited Il Divo, the international pop-opera phenomenon consisting of four dashing gents from Europe and the U.
Ruth Wiesen, current director of the Youth Ballet, recalls, "He wasn't a divo.