diva : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a distinguished female operatic singer; a female operatic star
- Now, perhaps, the diva inside Arena has broken free.
- Some rocked out and others had their diva moments, but few of the female singers stood out enough to make a big impression during '70s week.
- She had a stentorian contralto and a quavering wail that grated on the ears of those attuned to the trills of opera divas.
- John McCain in CNN
She is a diva. She takes no advice from anyone,said this McCain adviser. "She does not have any relationships of trust with any of us, her family or anyone else. Also, she is playing for her own future and sees herself as the next leader...
- Diana Ross in Contactmusic.com
Ross told the crowd of her career, "I have tried to keep the standards high. We do not have to say the f-word, we do not have to pump and grind, we do not have to some of these things to have longevity in our career. ...... I will do the diva master...
- Steven Van Zandt in FOXNews
He's so humble a cat. I think it probably came from being a character actor all those years, and being very surprised _ openly surprised _ to be cast a lead,said Van Zandt. "If HE'S not acting like a diva, nobody better act like a diva."