Bette Midler, Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn, queens of screen and stage, are reportedly working on a comedy for Netflix called Divanation, and although it's not a 20-years-later sequel to The First Wives Club, it's still pretty exciting. As Deadline reports, the new show will be about "a once-popular singing group forced to reconnect after their volatile split and 30-year estrangement." Which makes total sense, because the most iconic moment from FWC is when they belt out Leslie Gore's hit "You Don't Own Me" then put on rich-lady trench coats:
Yes! It's incredible. And the best part of the news is we now get pictures like this:
Thank goodness for social media and Bette Midler, who posted the reunion photo the world needs right now. Yes, it was two days before #tbt, but she's old school. And, damn they all look great, with just slightly faded hair color that says, "I'm aging naturally in the way only movie stars do: at a very fancy salon."