bette midler

The Divine Miss M settled the surprisingly heated debate at the New York premiere of "Hocus Pocus 2."
The actor drew criticism for a tweet arguing that the word "woman" is being erased.
The actor, often celebrated as a gay icon, disappointed fans with her take arguing that inclusive language erases women.
Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy return as the Sanderson sisters in Disney's sequel to the beloved Halloween classic.
The “Ruthless People” star then doubled down on her stance, prompting an even stronger Twitter backlash.
“I have a problem that Bette Midler qualifies for millions of dollars in tax credits,” said Republican Sen. Robert Karnes, the only senator to vote against the bill.
The Republican governor had previously told Midler to kiss his dog's "hiney" after she insulted West Virginians.
The 70-year-old Republican governor ended his televised State of the State address Thursday night by flashing his English bulldog's rear end to the cameras and crowd.
The "Wind Beneath My Wings" singer had fans voicing their disappointment.
The proposed action evokes "Lysistrata," a play from ancient Athens in which the women of Greece denied men sex until they ended a war.