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Posted by: Twins, Chris-q 20.05.2018


Dear Cher, today is your birthday and we wish you all the best... love, happiness and well-being. Remain the same beautiful, smart and great girl as we know! May all you wishes come true. Happy Birthday!!!


Posted by: Twins 27.04.2018


When the trailer for upcoming big-screen feature Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again was unveiled earlier this year, there was no denying that pop music legend Cher stole the show with her brief but brilliant appearance.
The 71-year-old will play Sophie’s grandmother, Ruby Sheridan, in the much-anticipated musical sequel.
While her biting wit and sass will no doubt please fans around the world, what we’re really anticipating is hearing her inimitable voice take on ABBA classics – and we’ve just been blessed with a preview ahead of the movie’s 20 July release.
During an appearance at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, an annual event at which studios show off their biggest upcoming releases, Cher stepped out on stage in a glittering gold pantsuit for a brilliant rendition of Fernando, which earned a standing ovation.
We’re keeping our fingers crossed that her appearance on the big screen is just as fabulous. Watch the performance here.


Posted by: Twins 18.01.2018



A music icon was on the Las Vegas Strip Jan. 17 for the launch of a new musical and water show at The Fountains of Bellagio.
The show is titled "Believe" and is named for Cher, who has won multiple awards and has been called the Goddess of Pop. The added performance is in celebration of Cher's extended engagement, "Classic Cher," at the Monte Carlo's Park Theater and MGM National Harbor in Maryland.
Cher launched her career in the 1960s as part of Sonny & Cher. She has sold more than 100 million records. "Classic Cher" takes fans on a fantastical journey spanning the singer's entire career in music, film and television.
Performances are currently running through February 3 and May 2 – 19 at Park Theater at Monte Carlo as well as February 17-25 at MGM National Harbor.



Posted by: Twins 23.12.2017



Cher makes a dramatic entrance in the first trailer of the Mamma Mia! sequel as Sophie's (Amanda Seyfried) grandmother. Wearing a pearly blond wig, Cher's character announces that it's time to "get the party started." Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again comes out July 20th.
The sequel shows the lead character, Sophie, pregnant and welcoming her mom's best friends Tanya (Christine Baranski) and Rosie (Julie Walters) back to Greece to help her get ready for baby. "I'm pregnant, but I don't know how to do this by myself," she says.
Thus begins Tanya and Rosie's recounting about how Sophie's mother, Donna (Meryl Streep) managed to navigate motherhood as a young woman. "Your mother was the bravest person we ever knew," Rosie says. "Let me tell you how she did it, all on her own."
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again will also see the return of Pierce Brosnan, Stellan Skarsgard and Colin Firth as Sophie's three possible dads: Sam, Bill and Harry, as well as Downton Abbey star Lily James as young Donna.




Posted by: Twins 22.05.2017



Let it be known: Beyoncé may be queen, Drake may have broken Adele’s record for the most Billboard awards in a single year, Nicki Minaj may have given a nine-minute medley, and BTS may have made us believe in boy bands again, but when it came to bringing the house down, there is no one—no one—quite like Cher.
The 71-year-old singer was on hand on Sunday night at Las Vegas’s T-Mobile arena to accept the Billboard Music Awards Icon award, taking the stage to the strains of her 1998 song “Believe” in a pink-tipped white wig, heart-shaped pasties, and a glittery 2017-style reprisal of what could have been one of any of her infamous Bob Mackie naked dresses. (It’s not for nothing that Kim Kardashian West was among those saluting her as a style icon this week—Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner may like their glittery catsuits and red carpet thongs, but sorry girls! Cher was there first.)

The legendary pop pioneer trotted out in the bedazzled mesh catsuit and leather jacket ensemble from “If I Could Turn Back Time,” skipping and singing as if no time had passed since that song’s 1989 debut—let alone the 15 years since her last performance at an awards show. The camera cut to her son, Chaz Bono, who beamed from ear to ear as his mother accepted her trophy from Gwen Stefani and took the mic. “So, I’ve wanted to do what I do since I was 4 years old, and I’ve been doing it for 53 years,” Cher said, amid the roaring cheers of the audience. In one of the front rows, Diddy raised both hands and bowed in deference. “Thats not an applause thing, I turned 71 yesterday—and I can do a 5 minute plank. Just saying.”
“I wanna thank my mom,” the pop idol continued, “because when I was really young, my mom said: You’re not going to be the smartest, you’re not going to be the prettiest, you’re not going to be the most talented, but you’re going to be special. And when I met Sonny, he said the same thing. And there was really nothing about me that would lead one to believe that I was going to be special.” The star went on to thank some of her legendary collaborators, including Phil Spector, and the Wrecking Crew—though she was perhaps keenly aware that the audience may not be exactly up to snuff on their music history, going on to explain, “I worked with people you might not know, but they were like the greatest people in our industry. . . . And I just have to say I think luck has so much to do with my success, I think it was mostly luck, and a little bit of something thrown in.” They just don’t make ’em like that anymore.

The video from the Billboard Awards you can see in the multimedia.



Posted by: Twins, Chris-q 20.05.2017



Today, May 20, is Cher's birthday! Happy Birthday to beautiful and talented Cher! CherLove wants to wish you an amazing day today! We love you, Cher!!!



Posted by: Twins 18.05.2017



Cher’s hotel suite has an indoor swimming pool.
She has been performing at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for years, including her (try not to laugh) Farewell Tour in 2002. MGM always gave her a suitably fabulous suite. But one day, a few years ago, she stumbled on a secret.
While walking the grounds with an MGM executive, she noticed a hidden part of the sprawling casino -- a gated enclave called The Mansion, which resembles an 18th century Tuscan palace. The Mansion has 29 villas that are, she was told, reserved for high-rollers -- Middle East sultans, venture capital titans or Donald Trump relatives who can lose $250,000 in a weekend and giggle about it. These villas can’t be requested or reserved. They are for the most “I” of VIPs.
I want to stay in one of those said Cher.
Oh, no no no said the casino executive, possibly even bowing to her. We don’t do that. Not ever. Never.
I want. To stay. In one. Of those she repeated.
She met each refusal with insistence. Eventually, they relented.
Close to midnight, she’s sitting on an elegant couch in one of her MGM suite’s approximately 100 rooms, and thumbing out a Twitter message.
Jen Ruiz, Cher’s personal assistant and protector for the last 24 years, peers over her shoulder and winces. “Cher, don’t,” she says gently.
Cher laughs. The delight of doing things she shouldn’t do still resounds in her, even at the age of 71 (which she turns on May 20). “Jen, I am who I am, it doesn’t make any difference what I’m supposed to be.” It’s easy to imagine this exchange of caution and defiance happening several times a day.

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Posted by: Twins 04.05.2017



Cher is set to give her first awards-show performance in more than 15 years at this month's Billboard Music Awards.
The singer will perform her 1998 hit "Believe," which spent four weeks at No. 1 and 31 weeks total on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, at the May 21 show.
Additionally, she'll receive the Icon Award, which has previously been presented to Celine Dion, Jennifer Lopez, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Neil Diamond and more.
"I'm honored to receive the 2017 Billboard Music Awards Icon Award and take the stage to celebrate my love of music with my fans," Cher said. "Seeing so many powerful artists — especially female artists emerge and take their place in history through the years — has been incredible. I'm honored to be amongst the previous Icon Award winners and to celebrate this milestone achievement by performing 'Believe' on the show."
The 2017 Billboard Music Awards will broadcast live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 21, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC. The show is produced by Dick Clark Productions.
"Cher's incredible talent has inspired both audiences and other artists for more than six decades," said Allen Shapiro, CEO of Dick Clark Productions. "Her impact on the industry has been monumental and unlike any other. We are honored to celebrate her exceptional career with the 2017 Billboard Music Awards Icon Award and look forward to what's sure to be an extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime performance."
As previously announced, other performers will include Celine Dion, Bruno Mars, Drake, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, Nicki Minaj, Imagine Dragons, Florida Georgia Line and John Legend.



Posted by: Twins 13.04.2017



Vegas Magazine - Cher As Cher extends her smash engagement at The Park Theater at Monte Carlo we sat down with the living icon to talk about her career, the costumes, and of course, life after love.
It's hardly accurate to say that Cher’s having a moment—she’s been having them since 1965. The genre-busting star’s career of hit songs, television shows, blockbuster films, and awards has included such moments as accepting her 1988 Oscar statue for Moonstruck in a nearly completely sheer, black Bob Mackie gown, and her 1986 Oscars outfit—with mohawk headdress made of 800 rooster feathers—that Mackie admits he questioned as “overkill.” (It is one of the most famous ensembles ever to have attended the Academy Awards.) She has taken a few farewell laps: Her 2002 Living Proof tour began as a 59-date tour in North America and morphed into 326 appearances around the world; a three-year residency at the Colosseum; and another farewell tour—Dressed to Kill—in 2014. The day we spoke, she’d just added 18 dates to her extended Classic Cher engagement at The Park Theater at Monte Carlo and the new theater at MGM National Harbor. And in March, the now septuagenarian opened her National Harbor show by asking the audience, “What’s your grandmother doing tonight?” At this moment, Cher is saying farewell to no one.
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Posted by: Twins 13.04.2017



Cher made quite the fashion statement as she graced the red carpet for the The Promise premiere in Hollywood on Wednesday.
The 70-year-old singer wore an embroidered leather biker jacket with silver studs and a sequinned beanie.
She added a pair of flared black trousers to complete her evening look.
The songstress went for a full face of make-up, opting to wear lots of powder and some false eye lashes.
She was also seen cuddling up to Kim Kardashian on the red carpet, who put on an eye-popping display in a skintight gold dress.
The form fitting dress showed off her famous curves as she styled her short raven locks in a poker straight fashion.
Kourtney looked fabulous as well in a plunging pantsuit, showcasing her bronzed skin.
The trio were all smiles as they posed and pouted on the carpet together.
The Promise is a film starring Christian Bale that takes place in the final days of the Ottoman Empire. It will be released in the US on April 21.
Oscar Isaac plays an Armenian medical student and Charlotte Le Bon plays an Armenian woman raised in Paris.
The love triangle exists between Bale, Isaac and Le Bon.
It is set during the final years of the Ottoman Empire, and the Armenian Genocide it orchestrated, in which 1.5 million people were exterminated.
It premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, but won't be released in the US until April 21.
It currently has an iMDB rating of 4.2 out of ten; despite only having been screened a handful of times, it has been rated almost 100,000 times on the site, with 62 per cent of 'reviewers' giving it one star and 35 per cent giving it five stars.
Commentators believe the vast majority of votes were politically motivated, and made by people who had not actually seen the film.



Posted by: Twins, Chris-q 14.03.2017



On this day 10 years ago we uploaded the first picture to the Cher Love Gallery. It was the photo from "C-SPAN's Washington Journal" show aired on June 16th 2006:


Since that day it was uploaded more than 37000 photos of Cher… and it’s not the end! There are more great photographs to come! We want to thank Cher Crew and of course Cher who inspirited us to create gallery!


Posted by: Twins 14.03.2017



Cher, Diane Warren and The West Los Angeles Children’s Choir have teamed up to create and release a powerful track called “Prayers for this World” for the Evgeny Afineevsky's documentary "Cries from Syria".
Cries From Syria is a searing, comprehensive account of a brutal five-year conflict from the inside out, drawing on hundreds of hours of war footage from Syrian activists and citizen journalists, as well as testimony from child protestors, leaders of the revolution, human rights defenders, ordinary citizens, and high-ranking army generals who defected from the government. Their collective stories are a cry for attention and help from a world that little understands their reality or agrees on what to do about it. A documentary by Evgeny Afineevsky, director of the Oscar-nominated film Winter on Fire, Cries From Syria premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.


Posted by: Twins 10.02.2017



Cher returned to the concert stage on Wednesday night (Feb. 8), nearly three years after an illness forced her off the road. Happily, the diva is again healthy and back in fine form.
The Grammy, Emmy and Academy Award-winning superstar launched her Classic Cher show at Park Theater at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, showcasing everything one expects in a Cher spectacle: hit singles, glamorous Bob Mackie-designed outfits, and Cher’s sense of humor. (She joked about her breasts, her age, and her love of Dr. Pepper.)
The 90-minute Classic Cher show plays a series of dates at Park Theater in February and May, as well as at The Theater at MGM National Harbor outside Washington, D.C. in March, August and September. Park Theater opened on Dec. 17, 2016 and has a capacity of anywhere between 2,390 and 6,318, depending on the show. (For Cher’s engagement, along with multi-show dates on the venue’s schedule from Bruno Mars and Ricky Martin, the capacity is between 5,200 and 5,600.)
Below are some highlights from the opening night of the Classic Cher show:
“I’m Not Talking About Politics”
Cher hasn’t been the type of diva to shy away from being outspoken about politics — on Twitter and elsewhere — but at this show, the focus was on the music. “I’m not talking about politics,” she told the crowd during a chatty moment near the beginning of the show, which drew a robust response.
Cher In the Schools
Still, recent political news events ended up getting mentioned: during a Q&A with the audience, a school teacher mentioned the newly appointed U.S. Secretary of Education (but not by name), before asking Cher if she would come and speak to her school. Cher first saluted the woman and all the work that teachers do, and then asked the woman to leave her contact information with representatives at the show to see if a school visit might be possible.
That Bob Mackie Magic
Legendary costume designer Bob Mackie has teamed up again with Cher for the Classic Cher run, and it’s a delight to see Cher strutting the stage in Mackie’s marvelous creations. Eight-time Emmy Award winner Mackie wasn’t able to work with Cher on her last tour, in 2014, so this is a reunion for the dynamic duo, who have been near-constant collaborators since the late 1960s.
Sequins, Rhinestones and Feathers, Oh My!
A Cher show is not just a concert, but an over-the-top fashion show. She opens the production singing “Woman’s World” in a glittery disco-goes-Egyptian gown, complete with a sky-high afro wig. (She’s backed up, naturally, by a troop of gladiator dancers.) Cher has 11 full costume changes through the concert, and the ensembles echo gowns Cher has previously worn on stage (after all, this is the Classic Cher show). Of course, a version of the famed leather-and-little-else outfit seen in her “If I Could Turn Back Time” music video brought down the house, while her glitzy “Half-Breed” feathered headdress was also a stunner. For the show’s finale of “Believe,” Cher donned a dazzling off-white bejeweled dress that weighs a whopping 75 lbs.
Hits, Hits and Nothing But the Hits
If you see Cher during her Classic Cher run, you’ll be treated to a nothing-but-the-hits revue – from top 10-charting Billboard Hot 100 singles like “I Got You Babe” and “Believe” to “If I Could Turn Back Time” and “Take Me Home.” While it would have been fun to showcase lesser known tunes, or even a new track, the show is seemingly designed with the widest audience in mind – thus, it has a hits-packed setlist.

Cher’s Setlist for the Opening Night of her Classic Cher Show on Feb. 8, 2017:
Woman’s World
Strong Enough
All or Nothing
The Beat Goes On
All I Really Want to Do
I Got You Babe
​Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves
Dark Lady
Welcome to Burlesque
Take Me Home
After All
Walking In Memphis
The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s In His Kiss)
I Found Someone
If I Could Turn Back Time



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