Bette Midler and “Hello, Dolly!” were very arrogant when the Divine Miss M opened in “Hello, Dolly!” She did no interviews, nothing, and her opening night was closed to press.
But now, with two weeks left in the summer, there are dozens of pricey seats available to all performances. Granted, they’re like $600 a pop. But Bette doesn’t want to see chunks of empty seats when she’s twirling around the runway.
So she finally caved in and did an interview with Robin Roberts on “Good Morning America.” Will it help? I think anyone with that kind of dough in on vacay in Capri.
"Boredom is the worst thing in the whole world…the planet is so full of magic. And you must find it. You must find the magic." The one and only @BetteMidler one-on-one with @RobinRoberts https://t.co/hOA4cYZxGS pic.twitter.com/uQXbEAjmWo
— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 9, 2018