- n. A female given name.
- From Spanish Evita, a pet form of Eva. (Wiktionary)
“The fact that the Governor took money from tax payers for his rendezvous with his "Evita", is enough for a resignation. didi”
“Evita is the best thing she's done but it wasn't much of a stretch for her.”
“August 13, 2006 9: 45 PM to be completely truthful, I enjoyed her in Evita and Dick Tracy.”
“I raced over, to find a young female boxer I would later learn she was called Evita struggling with some barbed wire.”
“STAMBERG: Patti LuPone got through "Evita" - 19 months on Broadway, the Tony Award - by keeping silent, except when she was performing.”
“She says afterward she doesn't want to make her movie debut in "Evita" -- not that she was ever officially offered the part.”
“I had just seen the movie "Evita" -- with Madonna, and I'm like, you know what, I've got to do one about Steve Jobs.”
“Twitter Ricky Martin podría ser el Che de "Evita" - El cantante puertorriqueño podría formar parte de la nueva versión del musical Evita que se montará en Broadway Barbara Walters: my questioning of Ricky Martin's sexuality was 'inappropriate”
“Evita is one of my fave musicals, I think he’ll be amazing as Che.”
“Wish I could say that her film endeavors have been anything but dismal, perhaps excepting her acting turn in Evita.”
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