Lynda Carter on Bette Midler

From The Advocate, June 22, 2004

“Before I got Wonder Woman I was a singer,” she says. “Bette Midler, in the early ’70s, had done the whole bathhouse scene. I had such respect for her, that those were her roots: people that society was trying to ignore, largely. It was that community that really pushed her out front, and I thought it was great. I thought to myself, Now, that would be the epitome of success. I’ll know I’m successful if the gay community embraces my character.”

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