The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Columnist - with DIONNE WAR­WICK

Next 78, six months and month you of still you the tour turn year. Did we read that right? You sure did. How do you keep up the pace? Be­cause I’m still s do­ing what I love. Your Y re­la­tion­ship with Aretha A Franklin had its ups u and downs. How were you af­fected by her pass­ing in Au­gust? I lost a very dear friend. We were teenagers when we first met and our re­la­tion­ship grew over the years. We lost a tremen­dous tal­ent, but her legacy is that we’ll al­ways be able to hear her voice. In on 2011, Don­ald you Trump’s were Celebrity Ap­pren­tice. How was that? It was in­ter­est­ing, in one word – and that’s all I have to say about that. So no more plans to star in re­al­ity TV? I don’t even know why I did it the first time! It’s an in­ter­est­ing time, po­lit­i­cally speak­ing. Some­times I wake up and won­der what coun­try I’m in. It’s amaz­ing what’s go­ing on now. You are back in Aus­tralia for a na­tional tour and a per­for­mance at the Mel­bourne Cup on Tues­day. Will you have a lit­tle flut­ter? I might just do. It should be a lot of fun. Dionne War­wick will at­tend Lexus Mel­bourne Cup Day on Tues­day as a spe­cial guest of the Vic­to­ria Rac­ing Club.

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