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Posted by: Twins 23.03.2014



The legendary singer kicked off her 49-date North American run in Phoenix last night
Two hours before Cher was scheduled to hit the US Airways Center stage in Phoenix, AZ to kick off her "final" farewell tour, the 67-year-old multi-hyphenate entertainer said she was backstage sobbing.
Three songs into her March 22 concert, the first of her 49-date North American 'Dressed to Kill' tour, Cher broke into a monologue where she confessed that some of her costumes didn't fit right, that she couldn't remember the words to two of her songs, and that she broke the nail on her middle finger.
"Tonight you're going to see the show warts and all -- but it'll be the first," she said.
And while it wasn't without its imperfections, Cher still managed to pull off a spectacular opening-night show in front of a sold-out, multi-generational crowd that adored her every word and move. The occasional vocal miscues (a side effect of opening-night jitters, perhaps) were easily forgiven, as they brought the concert an endearing level of realism that is sometimes lacking in super-synchronized, big-production arena concerts.
At 10:20 p.m., Cher arrived on stage atop a pedestal in a glittering goddess gown -- complete with an elaborate, feathery headdress -- while singing the feminist anthem "Woman's World" from her latest album, "Closer to the Truth." Her distinctive voice was in good form, aided by a collective of female backup singers.
A gladiator-themed "Strong Enough" followed just before her monologue, during which she also poked fun at Kim Kardashian's world-famous derriere.
"I know it's cool to have a big ol' ass booty," Cher said before adding, "[Mine is] not that bad for my age. Kim Kardashian probably has a photo album of her ass."
Cher brandished her self-deprecating humor throughout the show, making cracks about her own insecurities and her age.

"If I fall on my ass, my shoes are slippery tonight. It's not me," she said. "It's not drugs or drinking, as everybody on Twitter accuses me of... I'm kind of amazed anyone showed up. I thought, 'Jesus Christ, they're out there. What are they? Crazy?'"
"Dressed to Kill," her tour's namesake, came next. It was an appropriate song given the number of costume changes in the show, and the heart palpitations they gave her screaming fans. From the get-go, Cher -- who recently ended her 43-year professional relationship with designer Bob Mackie -- didn't disappoint in the costume department. Colorful and bold, Cher's stage looks were anything but understated, with many of them winking back to the classic ensembles the diva has sported during her 40-year career. Like her clothes, Cher's trademark wigs were equally flashy, with a parade of colors -- neon pink for "Believe," platinum blonde for "Take It Like a Man," sunset red for "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves," big, black and bold for "If I Could Turn Back Time" -- that made them a show unto themselves.
The only person in the arena who had any complaint about Cher's outfits was, of course, the diva herself: "Think Lady Gaga has safety pins on her dress? I don't think so. Maybe just vomit," she said, referring to Gaga's now-infamous SXSW stunt. "That was interesting."
During costume changes, Cher kept the audience entertained with video clips from her films, and footage of her alongside her late, former husband Sonny Bono. During a particularly heart-wrenching moment, Bono appeared on stage, via a giant video screen, during a duet of "I Got You Babe," which proved to be one of the show's most poignant moments.
A parade of "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves," otherwise known as Cher's massive dance troupe, made its way around the main floor during the vibrant rendition of the 1971 hit. After "Half Breed," during which she donned a massive Native American headdress, Cher paid tribute to her appearance in the film "Burlesque" with "Welcome to Burlesque" and "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me," a somehow prophetic title considering her track record of farewell shows. Riding inside a gilded horse, Cher opted for a striking gladiator theme while singing "Take It Like a Man."
After that Cher described her mother's obsession with Elvis Presley and recounted the enthusiasm felt when she and her mom saw "the King" in concert. Cher honored that moment with a cover of Marc Cohn's "Walking in Memphis."

Performances of "Heart of Stone" and "The Shoop Shoop Song" led up to a bevy of classic Cher mega-hits. After treating the crowd to a version of her Billboard top 10 hit "I Found Someone," Cher slipped into a revealing black bodysuit similar to the one she famously wore in her 1989 video "If I Could Turn Back Time." "This is what the outfit was made for," Cher said, driving the audience into such a frenzy that ticketholders in one main floor section attempted to rush the stage.
A little after midnight, Cher was finally ready to call it quits. With a pink bobbed wig set atop her head, she led her band through a high-energy version of her chart-topping dance hit for "Believe" before ending the 20-song set with her recent single, "I Hope You Find It."
Also treating the audience to a collection of classic hits were show openers Pat Benatar and Neil "Spyder" Giraldo, who took the stage around 8:30 p.m. Celebrating their 35th year in music, Benatar and Giraldo were entertaining in their own right, cranking out hit after hit for about an hour, much to the delight of the crowd.
But Cher -- who jokingly called herself the "weak link of the evening" -- was clearly worth the price of admission all by herself. The only time her enthusiastic fans showed even a sliver of disappointment was when Cher told them this truly was the last time she'd hit the road -- a statement that was met with a chorus of boos.
"I swear to God, this is my farewell, farewell tour," she said. "I'll be my mother if I do another concert."

Set List:
"Woman's World"
"Strong Enough"
"Dressed to Kill"
"The Beat Goes On"
"I Got You Babe"
"Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves"
"Dark Lady"
"Half Breed"
"Welcome to Burlesque"
"You Haven't Seen the Last of Me"
"Take It Like a Man"
"Walking in Memphis"
"Just Like Jesse James"
"Heart of Stone"
"The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)"
"I Found Someone"
"If I Could Turn Back Time"
"I Hope You Find It"

All videos from D2K Tour you can see in our video gallery.

Source: Billboard


Posted by: Twins 14.03.2014



Cher's heading back to the club with her latest single, "I Walk Alone," and Billboard has the premiere of its first official remix, by superstar DJ Tracy Young. Listen here.
Young's Ferosh Reconstruction remix is a thumping transformation of the original cut, which is co-written by P!nk. This redux, along with further mixes by other producers, will be serviced to dance clubs and DJs early next week.
The remix's premiere comes shortly before the launch of Cher's Dressed to Kill concert tour, which starts on March 22 in Phoenix. The trek will be her first since the successful Farewell Tour, which circled the globe from 2002 through 2005.
"I Walk Alone" is the third club single from Cher's "Closer to the Truth" album, following the No. 1 Dance Club Songs chart hit "Woman's World" and the No. 2 single "Take It Like a Man." ("Closer to the Truth," in fact, gets its name from a lyric in "I Walk Alone.")
Young -- who has provided official remixes for everyone from Madonna to Britney Spears -- also remixed Cher's "Woman's World."
"I was instantly excited to start this project for three reasons," Young tells Billboard. "One, stating the obvious, working with Cher again. Secondly, I relate to this song lyrically because it echoes where I am at this moment in my life. Lastly, it was so refreshing because I felt this song is in a perfect tempo and it's also one of my favorites on the album."
While "I Walk Alone" is Cher's newest single for clubs, she continues to scale Billboard's Adult Contemporary airplay chart with the ballad "I Hope You Find It," another track from "Closer to the Truth." The song rises 24-20 on the March 22-dated Adult Contemporary chart -- her highest-charting solo AC hit since "Song for the Lonely" reached No. 11 in 2002.

Source: Billboard


Posted by: Twins 14.03.2014



Bob Mackie has opened up about not designing the costumes for Cher's latest tour. The legendary designer tells Us Weekly, "Nobody wanted to design this last tour more than I did! I am sick about it. My professional and business commitments were just too great. There simply was not enough time to give this wonderful project the proper amount of care and attention it deserves. After all these years of collaborating, it is like turning down your own little sister, and how many guys have a little sister like Cher."
If only they could turn back time!
Cher and longtime designer Bob Mackie are on the outs. The "Believe" singer tweeted her disappointment that Mackie, who is known for his flamboyant styles, feathers, and beads, couldn't design the costumes for her Dressed to Kill tour, which kicks off on March 22 in Phoenix.
"Telling you something t that has broken my heart," Cher tweeted on March 13. "The man who made all my costumes since 1972 decided he couldn't do my last tour."
The split of the dynamic duo was apparently not an amicable one. "No matter how disappointed any of u are, you don't know my grief," Cher, 67, tweeted. "I'm sure Bob can't know how much I miss him. Felt I had to tell u I'm crying."
She also explained that she pleaded with Mackie, 73, to squeeze her in to his apparently busy schedule. "I tried to convince him to end with me, but he had many reasons as 2 why he couldn't do it. 2 many obligations not enough time even 2 do 1."
However, all hope is not lost: Cher has teamed up with another designer for her tour. "Thank god I have a lovely man & wonderful designer!! Hugh Durant," Cher tweeted. "He is talented & brave. We will persevere."
Cher and Mackie first met when he worked on The Carol Burnett Show. "It was 1967 and I was working on a loose thread on a beaded gown and Cher came over and said, 'Oh, someday I'm going to have one of those," Mackie said. "And we became friends after that."
Mackie then exclusively worked with Cher during the four years of The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour beginning in 1971. "It's not like dressing a regular person; it's like dressing a crazy goddess," Mackie has said. "Sometimes she's an Egyptian goddess, and sometimes she's a biker chic goddess."
After the show's end, Mackie went on to create Cher's most iconic looks for her performances and red carpet appearances, including the 1986 and 1987 Oscars.
In August 2013, it was reported that Mackie and Cher would partner for her latest round of farewell concerts. He was expected to make around 20 costumes. "When you change that many times, you don't wear any one thing for very long," Mackie said. "And it's not a big dancing operation here."

Source: US Weekly


Posted by: Twins 21.02.2014



Cher was asked to be a part of paying tribute to Elvis Presley. 'Shades of Elvis' is photography book that host over 75 different talents wearing/posing with a pair of Elvis's famous pair of sunglasses. The book is created and authored by Christopher Ameruoso & Priscilla Presley & photographed by Christopher Ameruoso. All the images in the book are black and white and each talents photo will be accompanied by a quote from that person about Elvis. Shades of Elvis is for sale at starting March 7 2014.

Some of other talent featured in the book include: Steven Tyler, Willie Nelson, Tom Jones, Pamela Anderson, Snoop Dogg, Tim Burton, Steve Perry, Ron Pearlman, Tony Hawk, Robert PLant, Lionel Richie, Alice Cooper, Adam Lambert, Johnny Depp, Celine Dion, John Stamos, Rob Lowe, Peter FOnda, Ozzy Osbourne, Billy Ray Cyrus, Elton John, Juliette Lewis, Michael Bubble, Helen Mirren, Def Leppard, Eddie Van Halen and Many many more.


Posted by: Twins 30.01.2014


Cher confirmed that her good friend Cyndi Lauper will be joining her as a special guest on 36 dates of Cher’s upcoming Dressed To Kill Tour during a live phone conversation with Andy Cohen on WWHL’s broadcast this evening. The first appearance will begin in Buffalo, NY on April 23rd and continue until San Diego on July llth.
Cher said she is thrilled to have the Tony award winning Kinky Boots composer and charismatic performer back on the road with her. Lauper previously performed over a hundred shows during CHER’s Believe Tour, Living Proof Tour and The Farewell Tour.
CHER also happily confirmed that Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo will be joining her as her special guests on the first 13 dates of her Dressed To Kill Tour starting in Phoenix, Arizona on March 22, at the US Airways Arena.
Cher’s current single “Take It Like A Man” is currently No. 2 on the Billboard Dance Charts and follows “Woman’s World” which topped the Dance Charts at No. 1. Both are from her critically acclaimed “Closer To The Truth” CD which debuted on the Billboard Pop Charts at No. 3.
A full schedule of dates, cities and venues are available on


Posted by: Twins 21.12.2013


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С Новым Годом и Рождеством Христовым!

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¡Feliz Navidad! Feliz Año Nuevo!


Posted by: Twins 03.12.2013


“Sirens” is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter and actress Cher. The track co-written by Mark Taylor, Patrick Mascall, Nell Bryden and JP Jones is confirmed as the fourth promotional single taken from her twenty-sixth studio album “Closer to the Truth“, released on digital retailers on September 20, 2013 via Warner Bros.
The song serves as the follow-up to her latest promotional/buzz track “Take It Like a Man“, released in late-November. The new single was included in the digitally-released album “Songs for the Philippines”, a fund-raising project for the victims of typhoon Haiyan in the country. It will be released on iTunes (UK) on January 6, 2014.


Posted by: Twins 08.11.2013


Singer Cher poses in the latest issue of FLATT Magazine, looking gorgeous as usual!
FLATT is a philanthropic arts platform that sponsors and celebrates creativity across all disciplines, including science, the visual arts, film, dance, performance, music, writing, and poetry. In addition to its quarterly eponymous print magazine, whose subjects range from Susan Sarandon, Cher and Bruce Weber to Mickalene Thomas and The Metropolitan Opera.


Posted by: Twins 07.11.2013


Last night's "Dancing with the Stars" on ABC celebrated the legendary music career of Cher. The music icon hit the stage during the broadcast to perform her new song 'I Hope You Find It,' from her current album, "Closer To The Truth", which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Pop Charts.
Cher has been a worldwide superstar for almost 50 years. Her extraordinary list of accomplishments include Academy Award winning actress, Emmy and Grammy winner, three time Golden Globe winner, Cannes Film Festival Award winner, People's Choice Award winner, Broadway and film actress, singer, director, documentarian, author and humanitarian.
Cher is the only artist to have a No. 1 song in six decades. Her most recent chart topper "Woman's World" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Club Play Chart. Her new album, "Closer To The Truth," her first in 12 years, has remained in the Top 20 since its September 20th release.

Hosted by Emmy Award-winning host Tom Bergeron ("America's Funniest Home Videos") and Brooke Burke-Charvet ("Dancing with the Stars" Season 7 Champion), "Dancing with the Stars" is the hit series in which celebrities perform choreographed dance routines which are judged by renowned ballroom judge Len Goodman and dancer/choreographers Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba.

The full show you can watch in the video gallery.


Posted by: Twins 29.10.2013


In a rare addition to the ABC competition's panel, the singer will stop by the Nov. 4 episode -- when she also plans to perform two songs.
Dancing With the Stars teased a big announcement at the top of Monday's two-hour episode. And fulfilling that promise, hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke revealed that the Nov. 4 episode will feature a rare addition to the judges' table.
Cher is set to appear alongside Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli, pinch-hitting for Len Goodman, who is double-booked this season on the U.K. iteration, Strictly Come Dancing. The singer joins former pro dancer Julianne Hough on this season's roster of guest judges.
As part of an ongoing promotional campaign for her album Closer to the Truth, Cher will perform her second single "I Hope You Find It" -- as well as her hit "Believe." She's been no stranger to reality shows of late, also appearing on neighboring network flagships The X Factor and The Voice.
Cher is no stranger to Dancing With the Stars. She made several appearances in the crowd during the 13th season, when her son Chaz Bono competed.


Posted by: Chris-q 24.10.2013


SHE’S outspoken about her love of plastic surgery – and it’s paying off for 67-year-old Cher as she proved during an appearance on the Graham Norton show.
The singing legend has been open in the past about having plastic surgery to keep a youthful complexion, admitting “Yes, I have had a facelift, but who hasn’t?”
“Everyone says I am terrified of getting old but the truth is that in my job becoming old and becoming extinct are one and the same.”
The singer, who rose to fame in the 60s with then husband Sonny, has just released her first solo album in 12 years.
The star has thrown herself back into working after splitting from former Hell's Angel, Tim Medvetz, after a five year on/off relationship.
Speaking about the split to Attitude magazine, she star said: ''The one who does the breaking doesn't do the grieving.''

However she admitted that the one man she was truly in love with was Robert Camilletti, who she dated during the 1980s.
The star believed that the press tainted their relationship, saying: ''There was drama in the end but it had nothing to do with him and me. It was just that the paparazzi ruined our lives completely.
''There were two of them that were following us and we got a restraining order against them.''


Posted by: Twins 19.10.2013


The Attitude Awards took place this evening at the Royal Courts of Justice, as awards were given to Cher, Ellie Goulding, Alan Turing, Daniel Radcliffe and more.
The first ever Attitude Legend Award was given to Cher. On receiving her award, she told the audience of her relationship with her gay fans: ”We’ve had a 50 year relationship…longer than I’ve ever had in my life”.
The Best Actor Award, was given to Daniel Radcliffe, and the The Stylish Man of the Year went to former rugby star Thom Evans.
Ellie Goulding was given the Music Award, following an acoustic performance of her single Burn. The Film Award, which was sponsored by Pop Chips, and followed with a video message from Michael Douglas.
The Best Groomed award went to fashion model Oliver Cheshire and the Style Hero award went to Patrick Cox.
The Active Award, presented by rugby star Gareth Thomas, went to Olympic long-jumper Greg Rutherford. Journalist Paris Lees, top of the Pink List 2013, presented the Media Recognition Award to Hollyoaks. Los Angeles got Destination of the Year.
Ally of the Year was rugby star Ben Cohen, and Politician of the Year was shared between all MPs who voted for equal marriage this year. It was accepted by Ed Miliband on behalf of those MPs.
Man of the Year was given to John Grant.
Mel and Sue of the Great British Bake Off were given the TV Personality of the Year Award, and Game of Thrones got the TV Show of the Year.
The Community Award was given to the Russian LGBT community. Attitude tweeted: “We stand in solidarity with them always.”
One Icon Award went to famed singer-songwriter Marc Almond, and the second was presented by Celia Imrie to Paul O’Grady.
The third Icon Award was presented posthumously to gay codebreaker and computer genius Alan Turing. It was accepted by two of his nieces, and was presented by the Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow.
The PinkNews Awards will take place next Wednesday 23 October at the invitation of Mr Bercow in the State Rooms at the Palace of Westminster.
The Attitude Awards were played out by Mutya, Kiesha, Siobhan, who did a DJ set.


Posted by: Chris-q 14.10.2013


Cher was the guest performer on the first results show of Series 10 of "The X Factor UK" on ITV 1 (October 13).
The 67 year old star has enjoyed a music career spanning for over five decades and she’s still going strong and this evening she turned up in the X Factor studios, to sing her latest single ‘ ‘I Hope You Find It’.’
Cher has won an Academy Award, a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award, three Golden Globe Awards, and the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival, among several other honors. Tonight she hoped to win the approval of X Factor viewers and before taking to the stage, she tweeted:
“Don’t forget to tune into ITV1 for @TheXFactor from 8pm to see Cher perform I Hope You Find it live! Tweet along with #CherFactor #IHYFI”

Cher added: “Will you be watching Cher perform on @TheXFactor tonight? Tweet along with #CherFactor and ‘Cher’ the love!”
Looking pretty hot for a 67 year old Cher rocked a black embellished body con dress with a cropped leather jacket this evening. Her vocals were pretty impressive too.
Recognized as one of the best-selling music artists of all time, to date the amazing Cher has sold more than 100 million solo albums and she is recognized as the only artist to have a number-one single on a Billboard chart in each of the past six decades.
Cher is preparing to release her latest single, “I Hope You Find It” which will serve as the second release from her twenty-sixth album Closer to the Truth. The country pop ballad was originally sung by Miss Twerking herself, Miley Cyrus, and featured previously on the soundtrack of the 2010 film The Last Song.

The video of Cher's performance you can see in the video gallery.


Posted by: Twins 10.10.2013



LOS ANGELES and BRASILIA (ILO News) – Hollywood legend, Cher, has teamed up with the UN’s International Labour Organization (ILO) to call for an end to child labour. The actor and singer is supporting the “Red Card to Child Labour!” campaign, announced by ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, at the closing of the third Global Conference on Child Labour in Brasilia.
There are 168 million child workers around the world and more than half of them are trapped in the worst forms of child labour. They work in fields, mines and factories and many are sexually abused, exploited in the drug trade or forced to join armies and militias.
“The ILO is working to free millions of these children and they can use our help,” says Cher in a video message.
The ILO launched the first Red Card campaign in 2002 to raise public awareness of child labour. Eight years later, the second Global Conference on Child Labour that took place in The Hague committed to eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016. The 152 countries that participated in the third conference that just ended in Brasilia have renewed their commitment to reach that target.
“The Red Card is a powerful image that is easily recognizable across the world as a warning that something is wrong and must stop,” said ILO chief Guy Ryder.
“As we redouble our efforts to eradicate child labour, the support of Cher, as well as other famous artists and athletes, is a vital way of mobilizing our global society so that together we can rid the world of child labour.”
Besides Cher, actors Susan Sarandon, Tim Roth, Wagner Moura, Jon Tenney, Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis and Rob Morrow are supporting the campaign. Athletes from the US to the Philippines have also joined. The 2014 Football World Cup and the 2016 Rio Olympics will serve as major mobilization events for the campaign.


Posted by: Chris-q 10.10.2013


She's been a fixture of the music industry for over 48 years.
And Cher showed no signs of slowing down as she performed on French television show Vivement Dimanche in Paris, on Wednesday.
The 67-year-old displayed her remarkably youthful figure in a thigh skimming leather mini skirt and a pair of daring fishnet stockings.
The Believe singer's complexion showed almost no signs of ageing as she smiled through her performance.
While the contralto serenaded her French fans she wore a jacket featuring a faux fur collar and a tight fitting blouse.
Sporting a studded belt the veteran diva donned motorcycle boots bringing an edge to the star, who is nearing the end of her seventh decade.
Framing her face were a dark set of locks as she adorned her ears with hoop earrings.
Wearing a coating of make-up that gave a nice blush to her cheeks the Strong Enough singer painted her eyes a smoky hue.
While on the French television show, Cher chatted light-heartedly with presenter Michel Drucker, who was clearly pleased to talk with the legendary symbol of female empowerment.
Meanwhile, she recently admitted she was 'ashamed' of herself for criticising Miley Cyrus, though she didn't take back what she said.
The hitmaker, who blasted the 20-year-old popstar for her recent provocative performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, regrets opening her mouth about the We Can't Stop singer and claims she actually thinks Miley is 'brilliant.'
In a lengthy rant on her Twitter page on Wednesday, Cher wrote: 'Re: Miley S . . . I Think What I Think, but Having Said That . . . I'm a little ashamed (which is Total b******t, how can u B a LITTLE ASHAMED) that I didn't keep my big Opinionated mouth Shut.'
The pop legend previously said she was less than impressed with Miley's twerking routine at the awards ceremony in New York last month, where she danced with Robin Thicke wearing nothing but flesh-toned latex underwear.
She said: 'It was so bad. I'm not old-fashioned. She could have come out naked, and if she'd just rocked the house, I would have said, "You go, girl." It just wasn't done well.
'She can't dance, her body looked like hell, the song wasn't great, one cheek was hanging out. And, chick, don't stick out your tongue if it's coated.'
She did, however, praise Miley for trying something new, adding: 'Maybe she's thrilled and delighted - everyone's talking about it, and so, that's almost as good as it being great, you know.
'Especially kind of in this day and age. It doesn't make any difference if you're good. It just makes a difference if people are talking about it.'
The 80s pop legend also revealed that she was not interested in twerking anytime soon, despite still sporting an incredible figure for her 67 years.
Cher, who is just about to release a new single, Woman's World, from her new album, Closer To The Truth, was not the only person to reveal their feelings on the Wrecking Ball singer.


Posted by: Twins 09.10.2013



Cher joined Team Blake for The Voice's fifth season, and the two singers spoke first to ET's Rob Marciano about their chemistry.
In between fits of laughter, Cher and Blake Shelton told Rob that they've been on the same accord with most of the contestants that they've seen and became friends rather quickly. In fact, they've been getting along so well that Blake felt she could become a regular on the judges' panel.
"I have no doubt you'd be good at it," said Blake.
When Blake was growing up, his dad was a huge Cher fan. Blake's father has since passed, but not before witnessing his son get introduced by one of his idols at the ACM Awards.
"I'm trying to host the show and my phone's back there buzzing like, 'I'll be damned ... You've made it now. Cher said your name,'" said Blake who called those text messages the most excitement he'd ever seen from his father.
While Blake shared the same stage with Cher, could a duet between them be in the works?
"I can do that!" said Cher. "You just heard what a great country singer I am."
Closer to the Truth, Cher's 26th solo album and her first major music project in 12 years, features two country numbers.
"If [those two songs] are any indication, it's going to be a phenomenal album," said Blake.
Closer to the Truth is available now. The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8/7c on NBC.


Posted by: Chris-q 09.10.2013


Cher’s European promo tour of her new album „Closer To The Truth“ continues. The diva joined Italian singer Gianni Morandi on stage in Verona on Tuesday night (October 8). Morandi welcomed the American star to his show at the Verona Arena to perform a rendition of Cher’s 1966 hit „Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)“. After the duet performance Cher sang her lead single from the new album „Woman’s World“.
All photos from the performance you can see in the gallery.


Posted by: Twins 08.10.2013


Cher visited the German TV show "Wetten Dass…?" in Bremen on October 5th as a part of the promotion of her new album "Closer To The Truth". The star performed the new single "I Hope You Find It", which is already available in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. These photos and video of the performance you can see in the photo gallery and the video gallery.





       WOMAN'S WORLD (single)

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        Lead Single: Woman's World




        NEW TOUR

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        Release: 2013-2014

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