Friday, 19 September 2014

Cher's 1982 Flick 'Come Back To The 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean' Available To Pre-Order On Blu-ray

1982 film 'Come Back To The 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean' will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on 18 November, and is available to pre-order on the former format now.

Back in 2012, 'Cher News' reported that Mark Patton, one of Cher's co-stars in 'Come Back To The 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean', had revealed that the 1982 movie was "getting ready" to be released on DVD for the very first time.

Later that year, a source told 'Cher News' that the DVD had been delayed due to "music rights". That same source told us that "the release date has been given and then cancelled many times."

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Updated! Fired 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Choreographer Sues Cher

Cher
Celebrity news website TMZ have reported that Cher is being sued by her 'Dressed To Kill Tour' choreographer Kevin Wilson.

The website reports that Cher is "being sued for allegedly telling her choreographer that there were too many black people on stage during her concerts." However, it adds that "the singer says the allegations are BS."

"According to a new lawsuit", TMZ writes, "Cher was auditioning dancers for her 'Dressed To Kill Tour' in 2014 when choreographer Kevin Wilson said he particularly liked 'a minority female dancer'.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Gaga To Fans: Let's show Cher How Much We Appreciate Her

Cher; Lady Gaga
As every Cher fan - and Lady Gaga fan - knows, Cher and Gaga recorded a duet entitled 'The Greatest Thing' for the former's 2013 US#3 studio album 'Closer To The Truth'. However, Gaga demanded that the track be removed from the album's track-list near the last minute.

However, the 'If I Could Turn Back Time' singer is not sour about it at all. In fact, the music legend has said nothing but positive words about her fellow wig-wearing songstress, and has recently been using social networking site Twitter to tell Gaga that she is greatly enjoying the "amazing" 'Cheek To Cheek' - Gaga's new collaborative studio album with veteran singer Tony Bennett.

Monday, 15 September 2014

Bedridden Cher Apologises As She Postpones Ten More Concerts

Cher, who has been forced to postpone ten of her concerts.
Goddess of Pop Cher was forced to postpone two of her 'Dressed To Kill Tour' concerts last week due to being diagnosed with "acute viral infection"; the couple of gigs were moved from 11 and 13 September to 6 and 7 October, respectively.

However, the music legend's condition is seemingly more serious than initially believed by her doctors as they have recommended that she takes further time off work to rest. Therefore, the singer has been forced to postpone ten further concerts of her current 'Dressed To Kill Tour'.

After the announcement that the dectet of shows had been postponed, the 'All I Really Want To Do' singer told her two-million followers on Twitter: "I'm so sorry that I had to move shows and disappoint you. I don't cancel unless I can't get up. This virus is a killer."