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Top Baby Boomer Divas of 2007

Who better than me---the self-proclaimed Baby Boomer Diva---to come up with a list of the Top Baby Boomer Divas of 2007?

I have to admit, it was a CHALLENGE because there are so many fabulous women out here who are 40 plus. I did have some input from some of the members of the baby Boomer Dva Web of Fame, so without further ado here are our picks:


Boomer Diva TV Anchor:
Monica (Kaufman) Pearson of WSB-TV Atlanta, GA

Boomer Diva Making A Difference:
Caroline Kennedy & Bonnie Price (tie):

Best Boomer Diva Chef:
Paula Deen

Best Diva Actress in an Animated Role:
Nancy Cartwright

Favorite Diva Movie Actress & Entrepreneur:
Diane Keaton.

Best “Diva” on TV:
Vanessa L. Williams.

Fitness Diva:
Denise Austin & Donna Richardson (tie).

Best Looking Boomer Diva Model:
Iman

Comeback TV Boomer Diva Actress of the Year:
Sally Field

Comeback Boomer Entertainer of the Year:
Bette Midler

A special “Enjoy Your Menopause” Award is given to: Patti LaBelle because she demonstrates that you can still be classy and loaded with unstoppable talent while going through “the change.”

To see the entire group and read why they were chosen, please visit my website:
www.thebabyboomerdiva.com

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