Bette testifies – `I don’t do commercials’
Article from:Chicago Sun-Times Article date:October 27, 1989
“I don’t do commercials,” she testified Wednesday in Los Angeles. “I don’t believe in it. I resent people looking at that commercial and thinking that’s me. They think I sold out. It doesn’t matter if I win or lose this trial. The damage is done.”
During her testimony, the singer smiled widely and swayed when her attorney played her recording of “Do You Wanna Dance” in court. She said the song was her first hit and helped make her career.