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Posted by: Twins 19.04.2015



Music icon Cher has often been outspoken when it comes to politics, and now she's putting her voice behind a candidate for West Hollywood City Council.
The singer-actress is endorsing Heidi Shink for the June 2 race for a spot on the West Hollywood City Council.
"West Hollywood has a very special place in my heart. I began my career here, playing at places like the Whisky a Go Go and the Troubadour, and I have many friends and fans who call West Hollywood home," she said in an exclusive statement to THR. "Even more importantly, this city is where my son Chaz [Bono] has chosen to live, where he feels accepted and safe. My most significant role in life is that of a mother and like any mom, I value my child's happiness above all else. That's why it is so crucial to me who is on the West Hollywood City Council and that's why this June election is so vital. I urge everyone to vote for Heidi."
In addition to her endorsement, Cher, whose hits over the years have included "I Found Someone," "Believe," "If I Could Turn Back Time" and "Half Breed," also was hosting a fundraiser for Shink on the evening of Saturday, April 18. Cher's son, Chaz, also has voiced his support for Shink.
"I've known Heidi for 30 years," adds Cher. "I've seen her early activism in the 1980s, admired her extensive advocacy work for numerous social justice causes in the '90s and watched her develop into what she is now — a full-fledged public servant on a national, state and local level. I know the enormous integrity with which Heidi conducts her life firsthand, and it shows me how she will serve on Council. West Hollywood needs Heidi to take the City into its next great era."


Posted by: Twins 13.04.2015



Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Riccardo Tisci and Kylie Minogue were among those who gathered at the fifth annual amfAR Inspiration Gala São Paulo on Friday to pay tribute to Cher, Felipe Diniz and Jean Paul Gaultier.
The event, presented by Harry Winston and held at the home of Honorary Chair Dinho Diniz, raised $1.8 million for amfAR’s life-saving AIDS research programs. Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci, and amfAR Chairman of the Board Kenneth Cole served as Event Chairs.
The event honored Felipe Diniz, who has been instrumental to the success of amfAR’s Inspiration series in Brazil since its inception; Jean Paul Gaultier, an amfAR supporter and leader in the fight against AIDS for decades; and the one and only Cher, the Academy Award-winning actress, singer, entertainer, humanitarian, and longtime LGBT rights advocate.
The program began with an explosive performance by Grammy Award-winning pop superstar and longtime amfAR supporter, Kylie Minogue. Opening the show with popular hits such as the 2001 global sensation “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” and “Get Outta My Way,” Minogue had the room on its feet and singing along within minutes.

Naomi Campbell, co-host of the event, was thrilled to present the amfAR Lifetime Achievement Award to her good friend Jean Paul Gaultier. Gaultier has been an active and generous supporter of amfAR and the fight against AIDS for decades. His Jean Paul Gaultier Charity Fashion Show in the early 1990s, chaired by Madonna and Herb Ritts, raised $700,000 for amfAR, and in 2014, he collaborated with amfAR to design and produce a special summer tote bag, which raised thousands for the Foundation.
Frost then presented the amfAR Award of Inspiration to Cher. Speaking of her willingness and ability to use her fame for the greater good, Frost described her as one of the great champions in the fight against AIDS. Cher received a standing ovation and encouraged the audience to “help bring an end to this terrible disease” before bringing fellow honoree Jean Paul Gaultier on stage for a kiss.
The Inspiration series was launched in 2010 by amfAR and Josh Wood Productions to celebrate men’s style and fashion while raising funds for the Foundation’s lifesaving AIDS research programs. Inspiration galas have taken place in New York, Paris, Los Angeles, Toronto, Miami,and Rio de Janeiro, raising more than $20 million to date.



Posted by: Twins 13.04.2015



Art world denizens not at Dallas Art Fair flocked to Brazil for SP-Arte, a São Paulo-based fair that took place from April 9–12.
The largest fair in South America enjoyed a visit from pop music icon Cher, in addition to serious art collectors like the Rubells, who gave a speech at the São Paulo Museum of Art.
Cher was in town to be honored at the amfAR Inspiration Gala, which took place on Friday night, but she apparently enjoyed exploring the fair and even fell in love with an artwork by Olga de Amaral at Galerie Agnès Monplaisir. The work was, unfortunately for Cher, already red-stickered.
"Brazil is lovely," she tweeted to her 2.53 million followers on Saturday afternoon. "Went to art show last nite & fell in love with MAGIC GOLDEN Art piece by 85 year old woman…IT WAS SOLD. HAD FUN ANYWAY."
A tipster told Page Six that the singer was also spotted eyeing a sculpture by Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery's booth.
Brazil's continued art market boom is partially credited to the success of the fair, which was founded in 2005 and boasts blue-chip galleries like Gagosian, David Zwirner, Marian Goodman, and White Cube.


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