Cher Prayers For This World Video (2017 Cries From Syria)

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Cher Adds August and November Dates To Classic Cher Residency

Singing superstar Cher has extended her Classic Cher residency, adding August and November dates at Las Vegas' Park Theater.

A mail shot is being issued to fans of the Believe singer today, stating:

"Legendary entertainer Cher has added 18 additional Summer and Fall 2017 dates to her extended engagement of CLASSIC CHER at Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in response to her recent triumphant return to the stage. The over-the-top spectacle, which takes fans on a fantastical journey spanning Cher’s multi-decade career in music, film and TV, will return to Las Vegas’ newest live entertainment venue with performances between August 2 – 19 and November 8 – 25.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

WATCH! Cher Returns To The Stage After Flu: "I Just Cross My Fingers And Stomp Out On Stage, Like The Taurus I Am"

Music mainstay Cher returned to the stage last night for her Classic Cher residency in Vegas, after having been forced to cancel her last two shows.

The 70-year-old Strong Enough-singer caught the flu and was forced to cancel the February 18 & 19 dates of the residency, stating that she was "heartbroken" to have to do so. She was also forced to reschedule a planned appearance on CBS chat show The Talk.

Cher, Barbra Streisand, Lady Gaga, Celine Dion & Madonna Listed Among Vogue's "17 Best Oscars Red Carpet Fashion Rebels of All Time"

Trailblazing Oscar-winning actress Cher was, unsurprisingly, included in Vogue's list of "The 17 Best Oscars Red Carpet Fashion Rebels of All Time". The fashion publication's Maria Ward reports:

While this batch of Oscar winners might be easier to predict than in years past, the red carpet is still sure to provide spectators with plenty of surprises. Over the decades, the Academy Awards has played host to a panoply of outrageous fashion statements. Let’s revisit some of the occasion’s most memorable sartorial shocks.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Cher Cancels 18 February Classic Cher Show: "So So Sorry"

A devastated Cher has been forced to cancel her Classic Cher residency show today (18 February) due to having flu.

The 'Love Hurts' singer took to Twitter yesterday to let her 3.2-million followers know that she was feeling under the weather, and that she was about to head to the doctors.

Upon her return, Cher tweeted to her fans: "Sorry took so long. Had Multiple tests and left phone at home & LA's a mess. Am heartbroken but doctor says flu's too bad. I worked sick Tuesday, but can't pull it today".

Friday, February 17, 2017

Cher's The Talk Appearance Rescheduled For Tuesday 28 February

Moonstruck actress and Believe singer Cher was due to appear on CBS' chat show The Talk today. However, as the Oscar-winning entertainer is sick, her appearance has been rescheduled.

The 70-year-old pop icon will now appear on the CBS show on Tuesday 28 February instead.

The Talk's official Twitter account tweeted: "Legendary ๐ŸŒŸ Timeless ✌️️ Rock Goddess ๐Ÿ’‹ On Tuesday, February 28th get ONE FULL HOUR of Cher​ only on The Talk! ๐ŸŽถ #CherTheTalk"

Get Well Cher... PLEASE! Cher Is Sick -- Worries About Cancelling 'Classic Cher' Shows

Music LEGEND Cher has worried fans today, tweeting that she is currently ill, having performed her last concert (February 14) whilst sick.

The ageless chart-topper, whom began her Classic Cher residency on 8 February in Las Vegas, tweeted within the last few hours:

"Valentines Show I did sick, next day, full on flu. Have gone to doctors everyday. Hoping to be able to make shows. I know it would be huge disappointment."

Passport Magazine On Classic Cher: The Experience Verges On Ecstatic Sensory Overload

Travel publication Passport Magazine's Jim Gladstone & Robert Adams reported on Cher's return to the stage in her residency Classic Cher:

Do you believe in life after Cher? “This is our last goodbye, it’s true,” she sang in “Strong Enough,” the second number in her thundering glitterstorm of a new show, Classic Cher, which opened last week to a giddy Las Vegas crowd of 5,000 in the Park Theater at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.

But who knows what to believe when it comes to comebacks by our dear, dithering diva. After all, it’s been a dozen years since Cher announced her official Farewell Tour.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Las Vegas Weekly: Cher Delivered A Consistently Powerful Performance Throughout The Night

Las Vegas Weekly's Brock Radke reviewed Classic Cher:

The only thing we knew for sure was that there would be many grand costume changes, and we weren’t disappointed. Cher went through 11 Bob Mackie-designed outfits during opening night of her all-new Las Vegas residency production Classic Cher at Park Theater on February 8—including the iconic (and revealing) sheer, black ensemble she wore in the 1989 video for “If I Could Turn Back Time.” Now 70 years old, Cher rocked the look—and all the others—like no one else can, delivering a consistently powerful performance throughout the night. But it was during that memorable late-’80s track—paired with another rock ballad from the era, “I Found Someone”—that the colorful, career-spanning show hit its peak. The crowd of 5,000-plus went wild.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Cher To Appear On CBS' The Talk On Friday

Singing legend Cher will appear on CBS's The Talk on Friday 17 February.

The talk show's Facebook page boasts: "Have you been humming #GRAMMYs songs all morning? We're here to keep the music going... Guess who stops by in 4 DAYS! #CherTheTalk"

Cher is currently appearing in Las Vegas for her Classic Cher residency, in which she performs many of her biggest hits in new and revisited costumes.

Friday, February 10, 2017

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL: Review + Photos: Cher Turns Back Time, Is A Classic Diva In ‘Classic Cher’ At Park Theater

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL's Robin Leach was present at the opening night of Cher's Classic cher residency at Park Theater in Las Vegas. He reports:

Let’s run the check list: Fabulous fashions. You got it! Glamor and glitz. You got it! Hit singles and disco blockbusters. You got it! A mechanical elephant. You got it! A silver-sequined gondola that “sails” from one side of the stage to the other. You got it! And spinning, overhead trapeze acrobatics. You got it!

Thursday, February 09, 2017

Billboard: Cher Returns to the Concert Stage With Glitz & Hits (But No Politics)

Keith Caulfield, of Legendary US music publication Billboard, reported on Cher's Classic Cher opening night:

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.)

'Classic Cher' Opening Night! Costumes & Set-List Revealed!

Singing legend Cher made a return to the stage just hours ago, with her Classsic Cher residency in Las Vegas.

The ageless songstress donned an array of dazzling new costumes, whilst a number of favorites made a return. The Grammy Award-winning singer's set list fittingly featured most of her classic hits, including 1965 debut hit All I Really Want To Do, a medley of her 1970's US#1's, 1980's smash If I Could Turn Back Time, and her best-seller, 1998's Believe.

Monday, February 06, 2017

Expect Woman's World As The Opening Number And 12 Costume Changes At Classic Cher

Cher will begin her Classic Cher residency at Las Vegas' Park Theater on February 8 -- The Las Vegas Review-Journal's Robin Leach spoke to the venue's Executive Director, plus Cher's costume designer Bob Mackie, about the shows:

Fans of award-winning singer and actress Cher aren’t going to be disappointed at the glitz and glamour that she’ll serve up in her new Las Vegas residency starting Wednesday night at the new Park Theater at Monte Carlo.