The city of Moore in Oklahoma was hit by a tornado yesterday, tragically taking the lives of - at last-count - 91 people and hospitalizing many more. Cher arrived on social networking site Twitter just hours ago, where she spoke about helping the victims of the natural disaster.
It was the now-67-years-old entertainers's Birthday yesterday, which is why she began her first tweet with, "My Birthday was joyous! My family came over... Oh the cake!" She added, "One thing that made my day sad - the devastation in Oklahoma! We need to say prayers for them".
Monday, 20 May 2013
Cher took to Twitter to share that her son Elijah Blue Allman - lead singer of currently-on-hiatus band Deadsy - and his girlfriend Angie gave her a little pre-Birthday surprise last night. The proud mother wrote, "Li and Ange had a teeny surprise Birthday for me! So sweet! We went to see 'The Great Gatsby' tonight".
She added, "EB & A took me to see 'The Great Gatsby' at a new theater where they bring you whatever you want to your seat! Everything from champagne to hotdogs, and the seats lay flat."
Good News and Bad News! Cher's New Single To Be Released Next Month! 'The Greatest Thing' Not On Her New Album
On Twitter, one follower wrote to Cher, "I saw you on '20/20' Saturday night with your mom and Georgia - why did you say that 'The Greatest Thing' may not be on the new album?" Cher responded, "It's a great disappointment for me. We put vocals on forever ago but the track needed to be redone and mixed but before it was finished, she decided that she didn't like it - and that's that. She did a great job but she didin't like it so, it's good, but only my friends will hear it." Not only will it not be on the album, but judging by Cher's tweet, it won't be released on anything!
Thursday, 16 May 2013
Cher did a one-off gig in Russia late last year, and it seems that the international superstar wants to go back to do another. A bunch of Russian news publications have reported that Cher will be the headline act of a "Grand 3D show" at the 1 June opening of the recently-reconstructed stadium Anji Arena in Dagestan, Russia.