32 Influential Facts About the Women Who Stormed the Music Industry

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261991 Super Bowl Anthem

Whitney Houston lip-synced her 1991 Super Bowl rendition of the U.S. National Anthem. The performance is frequently considered one of the best anthems in history but her microphone was turned off and a pre-recorded version was played.


27. Diana Ross, who famously sang “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, lost her ex-husband to a mountain climbing accident.


28. Barbra Streisand constructed a 19th-century style shopping mall in her basement so that she can go out “shopping” for dolls, sweets, and gowns.


29. Dolly Parton once went to a Dolly Parton lookalike contest and she ended up losing to a man dressed like her.


30. When Adele was shooting the music video for her song “Hello”, she had such a hard time looking into the camera that the camera guy had to dangle a cute stuffed toy above the lens and then she could not help but look at it.


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31It’s Raining Men

The disco hit and gay anthem “It’s Raining Men” was co-written by Paul Schaffer and was originally offered to Diana Ross, Donna Summer, Cher, and Barbra Streisand before being accepted by The Weather Girls.


32. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame paid $6,000 for the preservation of Lady Gaga’s meat dress which included treatment with bleach, formaldehyde, and detergent to kill any bacteria which had formed during the time before it was frozen.

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