Left: Tina Turner performing in 1979. Right: Beyonce killing it at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.
Both divas are wearing similar lace bodysuits decades apart, but we wanna know…
Who rocked lace better???
[Image via Getty Images & AP Images.]
And we thought watching Heather Morris, Darren Criss, Jenna Ushkowitz, Alex Newell and the other New Directions ladies strutting their FEROSH selves all over the McKinley High stage to the Queen Beyoncé herself was about as DIVA as the upcoming episode of Glee could get!
Well guess what, bitches?!
We were WRONG!
Because Naya Rivera is in DA HOUSE, and will be performing her OWN diva-licious rendition of the latest Alicia Keys insta-anthem, Girl On Fire!
But don't our word for it! Give it a listen (above)!
Clearly, between this and all the boys stripping down to next-to-nothing in last week's Naked, Ryan Murphy is hell-bent on sending us into cardiac arrest!
Whatevs, though! Because with this line-up of DELICIOUS tune-age from our Glee-ky favorites, we would most certainly be dying happy!
Check out Darren and the New Directions ladies once again doing Beyoncé's Diva; Darren taking on Queen's Don't Stop Me Now; Naya Rivera DOMINATING Ike and Tina Turner's Nutbush City Limits; Chord Overstreet joining Naya for Barbra Streisand and Kim Carnes' Make No Mistake (She's Mine); Lea Michele and Chris Colfer having their own Diva/Off to Bring Him Home from Les Misérables; and Jenna Ushkowitz doing Madonna proud with Hung Up…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
We guess the big wheel kept on turnin'! Because it brought Tina Turner all the way to Switzerland!
The What's Love Got To Do With It? diva has been living in Zurich for well over a decade, but she always kept her U.S. citizenship.
Well, now Tina is reportedly giving up The Best country in the world for what? Chocolate? And watches? And cheese? And knives? And skiing?
Man, Switzerland has a lot of cool stuff actually…
And Tina thinks so too! She's asking for full citizenship, which we hear the Swiss are only too happy to grant.
More like Tina Turns-her Back On America! JK! You should be allowed to hang your hat wherever you feel like it in this cray cray world!
Besides, where else would we keep a national treasure but in Zurich? LOLz!
[Image via WENN.]
Ooh! Ask and you shall receive, Perezcious readers!
Earlier today, we got treated to the single artwork for Adele’s James Bond theme song, Skyfall, and now we get to have a listen!
While the song won’t make its FULL debut until Thursday, we have a little snippet to hold you over until then!
Take a listen to Adele singing the lead single (above)!!!
Sounds stunning so far! Though, could we ever expect any less from the songstress?!
And what an honor to be included amongst Paul McCartney, Tina Turner, Carly Simon and Madonna, who've all come before her in singing the anthem!
We cannot wait to hear it in full!!!
Peaches begins the performance of Tina Turner's Private Dancer by informing her audience she wants to show them a softer side of her.
And then a
drunk pAArtier yells, "yeah! let's get romantic!" to which she replies, "that's right! only slow f***ing in here!!"
Do we need to say more??
Watch her performance for URself — we think U will like!!! PresSsSs plaaAAYY!!
She is such a star!!
Misha B did Tina Turner proud and performed Proud Mary on this week's X Factor UK live show.
We can't believe she was in the bottom two last week!!
This will surely bring her back to the top! Love her! Definitely our favorite contestant this season!
If you can't own a true Bob Mackie gown, then why not at least own one of his original sketches?
The designer responsible for dressing such divas as Cher, Liza Minnelli, Tina Turner, and Diana Ross is selling 46 prints of his original sketches.
Throughout the last 50 years, Mackie has delivered nothing but colorful and dramatic flair, so owning one of his sketches is definitely a piece of art in its own right.
Prints will range from $69-$179 and are available through his website.
Seems like a deal to us! Having a true Mackie hanging on your wall could be one hell of a conversation starter.
[Image via Bob Mackie Designs, Ltd..]