With the incredibly successful Divine Miss Millennium tour, Bette Midler has cemented her reputation as the hardest working woman in show business. A self-proclaimed diva long before a certain cable music channel began somewhat indiscriminately conferring the title on others, the Divine Miss M--Harlettes in tow--performs a two-and-a-half-hour show each night with one intermission. While weaving in a few songs from her latest CD, Bathhouse Betty, Midler took great care to revisit her Hawaiian ...

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