American music stars died in Cardiomegaly

Here are 1 famous musicians from United States of America died in Cardiomegaly:


Divine (October 19, 1945 Baltimore-March 7, 1988 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Harris Glenn Milstead, Lady Divine, Glen Milstead, Divvie, Harris Glen Milstead, Glenn Milstead, Glenn, Divy or Glenn "Divine" Milstead was an American singer, drag queen, actor, hairdresser, film director and screenwriter.

His albums include The Best of Divine, The Cream of Divine, The Originals and the Remixes (disc 1), Born to Be Cheap, Shoot Your Shot, The Story So Far..., Maid in England, Native Love, Shoot Your Shot and Greatest Hits.

Divine first gained popularity in the 1970s through his involvement with filmmaker John Waters. He starred in several of Waters' films, including Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble, and Hairspray. He became known for his outrageous and provocative performances, often pushing the boundaries of what was considered acceptable in society.

Aside from his work in film, Divine also pursued a career in music. He released several successful dance singles in the 1980s, including "Native Love" and "Shoot Your Shot," which became club hits in the U.S. and Europe.

Throughout his career, Divine remained a beloved figure in the LGBTQ+ community. He was known for his message of self-acceptance and empowerment, and his influence continues to be felt in pop culture today. Tragically, he passed away in 1988 at the age of 42 from heart failure.

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