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Posted by: Chris-q 24.09.2011


Producer RedOne tells MTV News how the Gaga track turned into one seriously epic duet.

For all the Lady Gaga and Cher fans out there who fainted at the news that two of pop music's biggest stars have teamed up on a soon-to-be released record, your wait is almost over!
Cher herself confirmed via Twitter back in August that we would hear "The Greatest Thing" sometime in September, and because the month is quickly coming to an end, we should only have a few more days to wait to hear the highly anticipated track.
To hold you over until the release, MTV News recently caught up with RedOne, the producer mastermind behind the soon-to-be hit, to find out how the song came to be and why everyone will love it.
"[Gaga and I] recorded the song a few years ago, and we were always in the studio enjoying that song. It's weird we never did anything with it," he said. "So I remember my management and Cher's management were trying to get us together, and I thought, 'Oh my God, I'd love to meet Cher, just to meet her!' And so I met her, I played her some songs, and I played her 'The Greatest Thing,' and she loved it. She said, 'This is my song,' I said, 'Yes, it's your song.' "
RedOne said he let Gaga know via text message, and she was ecstatic. Then, about a month later, Red received a text from Gaga that inspired an epic pairing.
"I cut the vocals with Cher first, and I was in Madrid and got a text from Gaga saying, 'I'm thinking about jumping on the song in the remix,' " he recalled. "I was like, 'No, you should jump on the original! Make it a duet.' She said, 'Oh yes, OK, absolutely,' and then I spoke to Cher, and it became a party.
"Everybody loved it," he added. "Gaga on it, Cher, two big icons, [they are] part of music history. So it happened. I'm very happy to be a part of this."
Of course, RedOne wouldn't reveal when we'll hear the track, only that it's coming soon.


Posted by: Twins 14.09.2011


Cher is proving, once again, she's got her baby's back.
When Chaz Bono stopped by the Ellen DeGeneres Show (airing today) to chat about competing on the new season of Dancing With the Stars, he received a surprise phone call from his mom, who didn't hesitate to lash out at all those hating on her kid...

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"If you got that excess time and that amount of hostility, I'm not so sure that I can say anything to you that would make you change your feelings," said Cher. "I don't know that I would have any magic words to make you feel more comfortable and to soothe you into not being terrified of my child dancing on Dancing With the F--cking Stars."
Although, there is one thing that Chaz and Cher themselves are a little fearful of...the actual dancing!
"My first dance is pretty good now. The cha-cha," said Chaz. "The quickstep gives me nightmares, but I'm starting to feel pretty confident. We did it for some of the other people on the show today and they seem to really like it."
To which, Cher quickly added with a laugh: "I got to tell you something. You doing this dance is about as scary as you making 'the change.' "


Posted by: Chris-q 08.09.2011


Oscar®-winning actress and entertainer Cher, who counts herself among Turner Classic Movies’ most devoted fans, will present four of her favorite films as TCM’s Guest Programmer for September. “The love of my life from the time I can remember has been movies,” she tells TCM host Robert Osborne during the introductions to the movies. She also confesses that whenever she enters a hotel room, the first thing she does is “click the TV until I see TCM.”
The four films Cher chose for her night as Guest Programmer are movies she has always loved, but which aren’t seen very often:

8 p.m. (ET) – Follow the Fleet (1936) – Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers teamed up for the sixth time in this delightful farce about two sailors on leave who romance a dance-hall girl and her prim sister. Randolph Scott plays Astaire’s sailor buddy while Harriet Hilliard (later known as Harriet Nelson) is Rogers’ sister. Among the many highlights are the Irving Berlin classics “Let’s Face the Music and Dance” “Let Yourself Go,” “I’m Putting All My Eggs in One Basket” “Get Thee Behind Me Satan” and the hilarious opening number, “We Saw the Sea.” Future stars Betty Grable and Lucille Ball also show up in small roles.
10 p.m. (ET) – Hobson’s Choice (1954) – Charles Laughton, whom Cher calls a “consummate actor,” stars in this light-hearted film as a Victorian widower trying to keep his headstrong daughters in line. Directed by David Lead, the movie co-stars Brenda De Banzie, Daphne Anderson and Prunella Scales as the daughters and John Mills as Laughton’s unappreciated employee. Cher chose this winner of the 1954 British Academy Award because, “It’s a movie about hope.”
Midnight (ET) – The Big Street (1942) – This rare Damon Runyon love story stars Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda about a busboy and his relationship with a heartless singer. Cher considers this film a favorite because it gives Lucille Ball a chance to prove “she had the chops to be a dramatic actress.” The cast also includes Agnes Moorehead in her third screen role, following Citizen Kane (1941) and her Oscar-nominated performance in The Magnificent Ambersons (1942).
1:45 a.m. (ET) – Lady of Burlesque (1943) – Cher closes out the night with this Barbara Stanwyck mystery about the murder of two strippers in a New York burlesque theater. The story is based on the novel The G-String Murders, written by legendary strip-tease artist Gypsy Rose Lee. Cher says the combination of Stanwyck’s sparkling performance and “lots of strippers hanging out” makes this movie “a perfect storm of happiness.”


Posted by: Twins 01.09.2011


Cher has leapt to the defense of son Chaz Bono after a host of angry "Dancing with the Stars" fans hit the show's website and other online portals to protest casting the singer's son on Season 13 of the show.
"lovelies!" Cher wrote on Twitter, addressing her faithful. "Chaz is Being Viciously Attacked on Blogs & Message boards about being on DWTS!This is Still America right ? It took guts 2 do it."

The superstar said she stands by Chaz, and vouched for her son's spirit to compete.
"I support him no matter what he chooses 2do! God! will there always be haters! It took COURAGE 2 do dwts ! TG Chaz has an Unlimited supply," she Tweeted.

"Mothers don't stop Getting angry with stupid bigots who (expletive) with their children" she added.
In mama bear mode, Cher continued her Twitter rant, noting Chaz, "is Such a Good Person inside lota heart."
She went on to suggest that Chaz, who is dancing with professional partner Lacey Scwhimmer, will become one to watch as the season progresses.

"[I] bet VAST MAJORITY of People will LOVE CHAZ on DWTS ! & it's took (expletive) Guts 2! Chaz isn't exactly the 'Gotta Dance Gotta Dance'kinda Guy," she noted.
At the same time as Cher was Tweeting, a user who only registered as "Guest," slammed ABC for casting the transgender celeb.

As for Chaz, he was thrilled to have his mom's support.
"Thanks for all your support mom," Chaz Tweeted Cher back. "The haters are just motivating me to work harder and stay on DWTS as long as I possibly can."

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