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Everett was born in Greenwood, MississippiUnited States. Her final recording came out inagain produced by Carter. Within a year she contracted with Pollack taking on all management decisions and management financing. Inher signature hit, "The Shoop Shoop Song It's in His Kiss ," had been used in the movie Mermaids for the end credits, and recorded by the star of the film, Cher.
Fans according to the article in The Mail On Sunday were calling the London radio stations asking for the original to be played instead. In connection to the preceding events, Everett was booked and aired a minute appearance on the hit TV show at the time, Current Affair. She was then booked to star at the Chicago Blues Festival which aired live worldwide on over PBS radio channels, marking Everett's last live appearance on radio.
All had been arranged through management and Charles McMillan, Jerry Butler's longtime friend and personal manager. However, Everett declined to show for the engagements.
Despite exposure, she was unable to resurrect her career because of health problems. This, according to The Independent c. Augustwas met with raves about the brief reunion where she "brought the house down". Butler, in his autobiography, Only The Strong Survivecompared Betty with Gladys Knight as a singer in Sunshade - Serum (13) - See Through My Eyes she seemed to do everything so effortlessly.
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