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Posted by: Chris-q 17.02.2011


Cher is being pursued to play a Mother Superior in the new film reboot of the classic Three Stooges comedies, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Peter and Bobby Farrelly, the writers and directors behind There's Something About Mary and other raunchy comedies, have been developing the film for years. One of the main characters in the Farrelly's screenplay is a Mother Superior, whom the Stooges terrorize. The pair mentioned the role to Cher when she appeared in their 2003 comedy Stuck on You and say she agreed to appear in the film.
"Cher is just the coolest chick ever," Peter Farrelly says to the Times. "It's hard to describe. You meet a lot of celebrities in our business. We're not cowed by many of them. But Cher is bawdy, she's fun, she's cool, she's lived a life, she's got experience, she's humble. It's the humility that struck me the most. She's not really a diva."
The Times states that Cher's representative didn't respond to their request for a confirmation. Casting hasn't been announced for the three leads, though the Farrellys

hope to begin filming this spring.



Posted by: Twins 17.02.2011


We have added HQ photos from Macpherson 2010 Photoshoot. These photos you can see in the gallery. It is special photoshoot for Burlesque promotion. want to say big Thanks to Lucas Hass for these great photos!


Posted by: Chris-q 13.02.2011


Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy gala was an evening that included a saucy and touching tribute from Cher, sizzling performances from the likes of Mumford & Sons, Cee Lo Green and Jennifer Hudson, and the typical array of dazzling superstars in attendance.

The Recording Academy-event was dedicated to David Geffen, who was given the academy's President's Merit award. The co-founder of Dreamworks is also a legendary and influential music figure and played a pivotal role in the careers of acts ranging from Joni Mitchell to Nirvana.
Longtime friend Cher, dressed in a sequined mini-dress, paid tribute to Geffen in a touching yet irreverent speech:
"When David asked me to do this I just wanted to kill myself, but you can't say no to him," she joked.
After lauding him for qualities ranging from his warm heart to his business acumen, she said: "I actually have no idea what this (expletive) award is, but whatever it is, I'm sure he deserves it."


Posted by: Twins 10.02.2011


Two time Oscar winner Jane Fonda brought her Tony nominated role in “33 Variations” to Los Angeles last night. Opening at the Ahmanson Theatre, Fonda got a standing ovation and lots of cheering from a crowd that included Cher, Anjelica Huston, Jane’s brother Peter Fonda and son Troy Garity, Colin Farrell, Benjamin McKenzie, Carla Gugino, Ben Vereen, Christian Slater, Penny Marshall, Steve Bing, Loree Rodkin, the great songwriter Mike Stoller and his equally great wife Corky, and boyfriend famed record producer Richard Perry. These photos you can see in the gallery.


Posted by: Chris-q 07.02.2011


We have added new video "Burlesque" blooper. Burlesque will be available on Blu-ray March 1st, 2011 in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack. The Blu-ray will also include all six songs and performances as a special feature.


Posted by: Twins 07.02.2011


“This is so weird this is the end,” superstar Cher said of her final performance last night in her 200-show, 2 1/2-year run at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace to a sold-out crowd that gave the Oscar, Emmy and Grammy winner standing ovation after standing ovation.

The final show kicked off 20 minutes after the scheduled start time of 7:30 p.m., with Cher descending from the ceiling in what she jokingly referred to a little later as a “rickety Evel Knievel Death Machine” singing U2’s “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” and high-fiving the front rows of The Colosseum. Cher’s first costume was glittering silver with a matching headdress.

After the song ended, Cher walked to each section of the stage, joined her hands in a pranamasana pose and bowed her head in thanks. Her extended monologue included meeting gay men for the first time -- hairdresser friends of her parents when she was 11 (“They were always so happy!”); the age of her audiences at Caesars Palace (“Some of my audiences were so old, they were dead”); and her enduring beauty at age 64 (“She’s so old, she’s so cute … how does she do it?!”).

In between her many fabulous costume changes -- and there was one for every song -- there were dance and song sequences from her cast of dancers, singers and musicians, and video montages of her career with her ex-husband, the late Sonny Bono, and influence in the worlds of fashion (some hits, some misses but always interesting), television (The Sonny and Cher Show and her character Laverne) and film (Silkwood, Mask and the Oscar-winning Moonstruck).

The set list: “Fire Down Below” (in drag in a purple pinstripe Zoot Suit with hat) and “The Beat Goes On” (in a black and white coat and glittering red mini dress with matching boots). She paid tribute to longtime designer Bob Mackie before a parade of costumes in her closet and singing “All I Really Wanna Do,” “Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves,” “Half Breed,” “Take Me Home” and “After All” from Chances Are (aboard a gondola and in a white fur coat and hat).

In a nod to her younger fans, she finished the night with “If I Could Turn Back Time” (resurrecting the infamous, barely there costume that she still rocks) and “Believe,” in a finale that epitomized super fabulous and gay. The night also included covers of the aforementioned U2; Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band’s “Old Time Rock and Roll” (in a glittering green and yellow dress and a red wig); Thelma Houston’s “Don’t Leave Me This Way” (in a blue and silver disco ball gown); Nazareth’s “Love Hurts”; and Marc Cohn’s “Walking in Memphis” (the accompanying video featured Cher as Elvis).

The evening’s most touching moments were her “duets” with Sonny, who she met when he was 28 and she was 16, via video to “It’s the Little Things” and “I Got You Babe.” She also took an extended moment to offer her thanks to her musicians, singers, dancers, crew, posse, Teamsters -- and, mid-song, to her managers.

What an amazing run, Cher. Las Vegas will never be the same without you.


By Don Chareunsy, Vegas DeLuxe editor

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