Many disco balls outlined in a. purple halo effect on a black and red spotty background

Which Diva are you? ’70s edition

Get ready to groove through the soulful ’70s and uncover which legendary diva reflects your sparkle. Will you have the flamboyance of Elton John or the disco fever of Donna Summer? Find out now and embrace your inner diva.

Question 1 out of 14:

You’ve been invited to a ’70s themed birthday, which of these outfits would you wear?

A discoball
Question 2 out of 14:

Which type of music resonates with you the most?

Close up of a trumpet player
Question 3 out of 14:

Okay diva, how would you describe your stage presence?

A gig with bright lights
Question 4 out of 14:

The ’70s were about being bold and revolutionary. Many divas of this era were advocating for what they believed in. What are you most passionate about?

Person having a good time with the sunsetting behind them
Question 5 out of 14:

Which of these song titles best describes you?

A kaleidoscopic view of sparkles
Question 6 out of 14:

Which quality do you value the most in yourself?

The top of a sunflower
Question 7 out of 14:

How do you prefer to express your emotions?

Three friends laughing
Question 8 out of 14:

How would you connect with your fans?

A hand with a bracelet that says Spread Love
Question 9 out of 14:

How would you express yourself if you were a diva?

A microphone
Question 10 out of 14:

How would you like to be remembered?

'Do Something Great' in neon lights
Question 11 out of 14:

Which adjective best describes your vibe?

A green jewel
Question 12 out of 14:

If you could live anywhere, where would you choose?

A bridge in Europe
Question 13 out of 14:

How do you express yourself?

A man dancing in the middle of the road
Question 14 out of 14:

Which snack would you choose to eat backstage?

Oysters and lemon on a plate

Are you ready to get your results?

Customised blue and white adidas trainers, with comical stick on eyes, nose and teeth dancing back and forth. 

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