Excuse me but if you wear the same thing for decades and decades it is bound to become iconic somedayalfiebot wrote:Love this!
The history of one of the most iconic costumes of all times!
http://www.iheartradio.ca/news/cher-to- ... -1.2420452Pop superstar Cher is heading to Toronto soon to star in Flint, a TV movie about a family coping with the contaminated water crisis in the Michigan city.
A federal state of emergency was declared in January 2016 after thousands of Flint residents were exposed to high levels of lead in their drinking water.
Cher, 70, is also an executive producer of the Lifetime movie along with Katie Couric, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. (Zadan and Meron produced 2002's Oscar-winning musical Chicago in Toronto.)
Cameras will roll in April with director Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy).
Cher has spoken out about the contaminated water crisis and, in January 2016, sent more than 180,000 bottles of water to Flint residents.
This will be her first acting role since 2010’s Burlesque, in which she co-starred with Christina Aguilera. She won an Oscar in 1988 for Moonstruck, which was directed by Toronto’s Norman Jewison.
--------------------1968--------------------There are iconic red carpet looks and then there are iconic Cher red carpet looks, which are in a league entirely of their own. Sure, you can count on Hollywood's leading ladies to turn up to the biggest awards night of the year in something beautiful but when Cher shows up, she shuts it down. In fact, the legend has attended the Oscars in five different decades and managed to wear a memorable look every single time. Ahead of this Sunday's ceremony, take a look back at all her Oscars looks over the years.
lol fyi Cher was the first to do big hair in the 1970s---->menime123 wrote:Why did she go dressed as Diana Ross in 1983?
Queen of ratings! Still stoked about her 2003 concert special pulling in 17 million viewers!THE TALK, with Special Guest Cher, Delivers Show's Most Watched Tuesday of the Season
Last week's broadcast of THE TALK, featuring special guest Cher, delivered 3.20 million viewers, the show's largest Tuesday audience of the season, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for Feb. 28.
The Cher broadcast also ranks as the second most watched THE TALK of the season on any day, trailing only the show on Jan. 9 (3.24m). For the week, THE TALK averaged 2.77 million viewers, up +4% from last week and +1% from the same week a year ago.
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It's the Shorty Awards, not the Oscars.edchercrew wrote:God.. I want her to win. She really, really DESERVES it!alfiebot wrote:Coolness! Cher is 1 of the finalists for the Shorty Awards!
She has done a lot. She is the trendsetter I this field as well. Twitter has surrendered to her.joiPrince_JO wrote:It's the Shorty Awards, not the Oscars.edchercrew wrote:God.. I want her to win. She really, really DESERVES it!alfiebot wrote:Coolness! Cher is 1 of the finalists for the Shorty Awards!