For nearly four decades now, Bette Midler’s name has been synonymous with entertainment. From her early days in the Seventies providing the house entertainment (with piano accompaniment from some guy you might know named Barry Manilow) at gay bathhouses to a dual movie & music career that has seen her win Grammys and win at the box office with films ranging from “The Rose” to “Ruthless People” and “Outrageous Fortune”, Midler has been one of the most successful media hyphenates of recent times.

This past week, Midler released a greatest hits compilation entitled “Jackpot: The Best Bette”. This collection features everything from “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” to 1989’s Grammy Record of the Year “Wind Beneath My Wings”. Now guess what, folks? You can WIN a copy of Bette’s latest CD by answering one simple question. Here goes:

Which Rolling Stone hit did Bette cover in the early Eighties, and which Stone appeared in the song’s video, dirty dancing with Ms. Midler?

Send responses to The winner will be chosen on Friday, October 3rd.

Employees of and and their immediate families are ineligible for this contest.