the secret to success? be a diva

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i like strong and intelligent women and that’s why i love barbra streisand, madonna and lady gaga. i know some of my friends hate it that i love these women so much and some even think they’re trash but i really don’t care. hehehe. and this 60-minutes clip proves to me(and i hope to the rest of you naysayers) why they’re on top of their game.

based on that video, all three women controlled everything about their interviews – stage direction, lighting, etc. these girls know that image is everything and controlling every bit of it is a key to their success. that’s why i think performers like christina aguilera and britney spears need to learn a thing or two from gaga, mado and barang. and maybe even the rest of us need to learn as well.

Written by divasoria

April 8th, 2011 at 9:24 am

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  1. Hear! Hear!


    8 Apr 11 at 9:32 am

  2. Great vid! Thanks for sharing


    8 Apr 11 at 9:33 am

  3. My mom is a fan of Barbra. I do admire Madonna and Lady Gaga as individuals, even though am not really into pop music. I admire the ingenuity of both (Madonna and Lady Gaga’s) and their ability to think outside-the-box. Madonna has been known to flawlessly reinvent herself.

    I ‘ve silently praised Beyonce as well.(thank God, am using a pseudonym my friends would mock me for saying this) I noticed that if you listen well, I could detect a feminist tone from some of her songs (especially the ones when she went solo.) “Irreplaceable” sends a strong message that men should realize that they’re NOT actually A BIG LOSS for women, upon separation. Her other song (the one that goes “if you wanted then you should’ve put a ring on it”) tells that if men are in a relationship, other than for marriage – its pointless and its actually already over. Then there is this other song (the one that goes “if you thought I would wait for you..you are wrong”) What I like is that she transcends to the hoi polloi – where most of them are not aware that they deserve better, than let themselves evolve around/depend on their guys (yeah I have a deliberate distinctive use for men/guy; men – for mature ones whilst guys for the morons)


    8 Apr 11 at 11:05 am

  4. Gamslaughing – hahaha i may love me some rock but listening to madonna is like coming home. i’ve loved her since i was 5!!!

    but wow, what an interesting take on beyonce. i honestly never got into her. i don’t like how she portrays herself as “meek and mild but on stage she’s fire” schtick. but i do think some of her songs are pretty good, i like that single ladies bit!


    8 Apr 11 at 11:15 am

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