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Dionne Warwick
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    (December 12, 1940- )
    Hits include 'Don't Make Me Over,' 'Anyone Who Had a Heart,' 'Walk on By,' 'Message to Michael,' '(Theme From) Valley of the Dolls,' 'I Say a Little Prayer,' 'Do You Know the Way to San José,' 'This Guy's in Love With You,' 'I'll Never Fall in Love Again,' 'Then Came You,' 'I'll Never Love This Way Again,' 'Deja Vu,' 'No Night So Long,' 'That's What Friends Are For'
    Hosted 'Solid Gold'
    Cousin of Whitney Houston
    She is divorced.
    She smokes.
    When asked in the 80s why she didn't stop smoking, she said that her voice would probably change.
    She uses marijuana, saying it fights the chance of contracting glaucoma.
    She was arrested for carrying marijuana cigarettes in a lipstick case (2002).
    She used the 'I didn't know it was illegal' excuse.
    Her familiar name was actually caused by a typo on her first record, and she kept it (instead of her real last name, Warrick).
    For most of the mid 70s, she added an 'e' to the end of her name, from advice from a numerologist.
    She did informercials with the Psychic Friends Network.
    She sells off-quality shirts and perfume on her website.
    Very little of the profits made on 'That's What Friends Are For' actually went to support AIDS research, mainly to herself.
    When asked why she sent so little to charity, she responded 'Do you expect me to stay in a motel?'
    She was outraged when a white artist finally won a Grammy for best soul artist, saying the award belonged to the blacks.
    She defended O.J. Simpson.
    She has trouble speaking over her caps.
    She is said to be the best crooner of Burt Bacharach songs.
    She is an FAO (Food And Agriculture Organization) Ambassador of the United Nations.
    She has a Master's Degree in Music from The Hartt College of Music.
    She ranked #42 on VH1's Top 100 Women of Rock & Roll.

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