Tuesday, 28 October 2014

New Radio Interview: Cher Reveals That She Will Don 7 New Tour Costumes Next Month

Yesterday morning, Cher spoke to 104.3 WOMC's Bobby & Stacey about her 'Dressed To Kill Tour', which will resume in November.

During the interview, the singer-actress told the radio hosts that she will be donning seven new Bob Mackie outfits on the tour's November return, plus revealed that the she is still working on the Broadway play that is based on her own life. Radio host Bobby also told a story of the time he called Cher’s hotel room pretending to be Paul McCartney and eventually got Cher on the line.

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Limited Edition Signed Cher Lithograph Available To Order

Cher in the 1970's
Cher's official store is now offering fans a chance to purchase a "Limited Edition Signed Numbered Lithograph" of the singer-actress.

The limited edition lithographs showcase Cher in the mid-1970's, during a photoshoot by photographer Norman Seeff. This particular snapshot was used as the cover for her criminally-ignored 1976 album 'I'd Rather Believe In You'.

Autographed by the lady herself, Cher fans can purchase one of the stunning two-tone lithographs for US$350.00 (around £217).

Monday, 6 October 2014

PHOTOS: Recovering Fitness Icon Cher At The Gym

Cher
Last week, Cher announced that she was "getting better" after an acute viral illness forced her to postpone a large number of concerts.

The singer-actress also announced that she was resuming her usual everyday activities, such as going to the gym, whilst recovering from her illness. If you need proof though, Cher's close friend Paulette Howell has uploaded a couple of fresh snapshots of the fit 'Believe' singer working out in her gym.

Alongside the first photo of a bare-footed Cher working out, Howell tweeted, "Cheralina's back in the gym!!... Wearing leggings made from recycled bottles, from Teeki. She loves 'em."

Friday, 3 October 2014

Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Second Leg Dates Announced!

Cher on her 'Dressed To Kill Tour'
The second leg of Cher's current 'Dressed To Kill Tour' was set to begin on 11 September. However, an acute viral infection forced the singer to postpone the second leg multiple times and thus postpone many of its earliest dates.

Now, Cher's Official Website has published the new line-up of dates for the second leg, including the new dates for the postponed concerts as well as those that were never affected; the dates run from 9 November to 4 February.

All the shows, bar two, feature special guests Pat Benatar & Neil Girado.