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Belle Yambao, Contributor
 
February 07, 2012

Which powerhouse diva are you?

Are you most like Celine Dion, Tina Turner, Mariah Carey, or Whitney Houston? Take the quiz! By Belle Yambao
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Filipinos love to sing, and there's nothing that makes us happier than a round of biritan at the nearest karaoke place. Hits by some of the best female singers of the era--Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, and Tina Turner--of course, make regular appearances on the song list.

If you've ever dreamed of having a duet with one of these powerhouse singers, now's your chance to take your imagination one step further! Out of these four singing goddesses, who do you resemble the most? Unleash your inner diva by answering the questions below.

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1 .) You're in need of a little inspiration for a song. What do you do?
  1. You call your mom for advice. She always knows the right thing to say to help you channel your inner muse.
  2. You call your girlfriends and spend the night out. You know they'll provide you with the inspiration--and the companionship--that you need.
  3. You lock yourself up in your room, sit down, and focus until the words come out. You don't need anything fancy; you've already got everything you need!
  4. You spend a weekend out of town with your man. You're sure you'll feel a spark of something as long as you're with a loved one.
2 .) Good news! A music company is interested in a song you wrote--but they want someone else to sing it. How do you react?
  1. You're disappointed, but you sell the song to them. You'll get your chance to shine eventually.
  2. You let them buy it from you--after all, it's just one song. Just they wait until you become a star and they hear your best songs playing on the radio!
  3. You refuse their offer. You're going to sing the songs you wrote yourself--even if you have to produce your own album.
  4. You launch into a sultry rendition of the song and convince them it was made for you.
3 .) It's time for your first ever concert! What type of song do you use for your opener?
  1. A soulful love song that showcases your talent for interpretation.
  2. An energetic dance song that shows off your dancing prowess and has the audience on their feet!
  3. A powerful ballad that mesmerizes them as you belt out high notes effortlessly.
  4. A sexy love song that impresses audiences; you gyrate your hips and nail that impossible note with your unique falsetto.
4 .) You just met an excited teenage girl who claims to be your biggest fan! Aside from singing a duet with her, what do you do to make her feel your love?
  1. You take her home with you to have dinner with your family.
  2. You shop for clothes together, and then you take her dancing at an age-appropriate club.
  3. You take her with you on the rest of the tour. She's got a good voice, and you know potential when you hear it.
  4. You set her up with your nephew! They're both adorable, and you really think they'll click.
5 .) What's the best part about performing in a concert?
  1. Knowing you made it this far to stand on this stage after everything you've been through.
  2. Knowing you're part of a huge production! You love changing costumes and learning choreography.
  3. Knowing you can inspire others just by singing.
  4. Knowing your boo is watching you lovingly somewhere in the audience.
6 .) You feel upset because your latest album didn't sell as well as you thought it would. How do you react?
  1. You remind yourself that that's the way life goes. You'll use the experience as material for your next album.
  2. You focus on how many albums you did sell. That's still a pretty awesome figure, if you think about it.
  3. You pinpoint the weaknesses of your album and make sure to improve on them when you start the next one.
  4. You set up fanmeets to boost sales. It helps that you love meeting your fans too!
7 .) Uh oh! Your sound system malfunctions in the middle of your concert and only your microphone is working. How do you deal?
  1. You ask the audience how they're doing and entertain them with anecdotes from your life while the techs fix the glitch.
  2. You demonstrate a dance--without music--and teach the audience how to do it while the crew is working on getting the sound system back.
  3. You sing a haunting ballad without accompaniment--as if you planned it all along.
  4. You take off your heels, sit on stage, and launch into an a cappella version of one of your songs.
8 .) If your man said he didn't approve of you singing, what would you tell him?
  1. That besides being your passion, your singing is putting food on the table.
  2. That thinking of all the good things that happened to the two of you because of your singing is better than complaining.
  3. That if he loves you he'll understand just how much singing means to you.
  4. That you love him tell him there's no need to be jealous of your other passion--then you give him a kiss that will stop his complaining.
9 .) Besides your singing voice, what do you think your fans love about you?
  1. Your ability to bounce back from failure. You hit rock bottom and got up again, and you inspire others to do the same.
  2. Your enthusiasm. You're full of life, and people feel happier when you're around.
  3. Your determination to succeed and help others succeed with you. You know what you can do, and you won't stop until you get to your goals.
  4. Your sex appeal. You've got sass and charisma, and you're not afraid to use what you've got.
10 .) If you weren't a singer, what do you think your profession would be?
  1. Happy housewife
  2. Eager marketing officer
  3. Smart business mogul
  4. Charismatic actress
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