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The former Nickelodeon star shares a photo of Midler in a sexy outfit and says she's still a fan of the veteran singer despite the harsh comments.
While she talks about the state of the music industry, the veteran singer says young singers like the former Nickelodeon star are using their sexy appearances to sell their records.
The tour will be launched on May 8 in Hollywood, FL to support the singer's new album 'It's the Girls' that's coming out on November 4.
The slowed-down version of TLC's hit single will appear on Midler's first album in eight years that's scheduled to hit the stores on November 4.
The Oscar-nominated actress/singer joins previously-announced performers that include Pharrell Williams, Karen O, Idina Menzel and U2.
The March 19 outing titled 'Beside the Dying Fire' is the highest-rated episode ever for the AMC apocalyptic show with 9 million total viewers tuning it.
John Mellencamp, Steven Van Zandt, Carole King, Robbie Robertson and Smokey Robinson also join presenters who will introduce this year's inductees.
Talking about similarity between her and Bette's mermaid stage act, the Monster ringleader says, 'Maybe we're just cut from the same cloth.'
Sting, James Taylor and Bette Midler were among the stars who performed at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday (12Apr11) to mark the 120th anniversary of the iconic New York venue.
She did warm-ups and treadmill exercise for the preparation, saying 'I loved every minute of it.'
The veteran entertainer has signed on to co-produce Broadway-bound stage musical 'Priscilla, Queen of the Desert' which is scheduled to make its official Broadway debut on March 20, 2011.