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

Sunday, March 30, 2014

'Tulsa World' Reviews Cher's "Impressive" Voice and "Incredible" Humor During Her "Remarkable" Stage Show!

Cher on her 'Dressed To Kill Tour'
Tulsa World's Jerry Wofford gave Cher's Tulsa gig last night a big thumbs up:

As the elaborate curtain still shrouded the massive stage with the lights still on, the unmistakable voice of Cher echoed through the BOK Center.

“Is this on?” she asked. Realizing it was, she went on talking about her blush and telling us to enjoy the show.

That was Cher’s carefree way to say hello Saturday night. And for her final, final farewell tour (wink wink), it was a preview of a wild, ornate and carefree show, spanning her long and storied career.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Cher "Sounded As Good As She Looked" During North Little Rock 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Show. Plus Cher Urges Fans Not To Buy New Unauthorized Biography

Cher during her 'Burlesque' set on her 'Dressed To Kill Tour'
Living legend Cher received acclaim yet again for her 'Dressed To Kill Tour - this time from Akansas Online's Jennifer Christman for last night's show at North Little Rock in the publication's native Arkansas:

Midway through her Dressed to Kill Tour stop at North Little Rock's Verizon Arena Friday night, Cher's distinctive warble had an emotional choke as she belted out "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me."

But we have seen the last of her, insists the 67-year-old singer who last visited central Arkansas during her so-called farewell tour back in 2002. And then again in 2003.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Pop Culture Reviews Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Show #3. Plus This Week's Billboard Chart Positions

Cher live in Dallas, 2014
Cher's second Texas - this time in Dallas - and third overall gig of her 'Dressed To Kill Tour' was reviewed by Pop Culture's Tiney Ricciardi:

“Hello? Can you hear me?”

Cher’s voice resonated from behind a curtain at a packed American Airlines Center in Dallas. Due to audio difficulties, the pop legend had been standing in costume for 25 minutes waiting for the show to start, and she didn’t seem enthused.

The fans, on the other hand, were anxiously squirming. That Wednesday night show was, most likely, the last opportunity they would get to see Cher in concert on what she would later call her “new and improved farewell, farewell tour.”

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

'Houston Press' Reviews Cher's 'Dressed To kill Tour': She Absolutely Kicked The Sh-t Out Of It.

Cher on her 'Dressed To Kill tour' at Houston, Texas
Cher's extravagant 'Dressed To kill Tour' stop at Houston, Texas was reviewed by the Houston Press's Angelica Leicht:

"All right, well, this is the beginning of the magical mystery circus..."

Monday night, Cher took the stage at Toyota Center on her second stop on the "Dressed to Kill" final farewell tour. It really will be a shame if this is her goodbye to the stage, because at age 67, she absolutely kicked the sh-t out of it.

What Does The Future Hold For Cher After Her 'Dressed To Kill Tour'?

Cher on her new tour
Legendary 'Goddess of Pop' Cher tweeted about her current 'Dressed To Kill Tour' and her plans for after it has finished.

Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour' is up and running and is getting rave reviews from both fans and critics. The 'Mermaids' actress typed up a  message of thanks to her work crew on Twitter: "I want to thank my entire work crew and everyone involved with my show. Everyone has gone way beyond what's possible. They are the best".

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Cher Alters 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Outfit and Set-List For Show Number Two, In Houston

Cher performing 'Believe' on her 'Dressed To Kill Tour' in Houston, Texas
Cher just completed show number two of her 'Dressed To Kill Tour', in Houston, Texas.

After kicking-off her 'Dressed To Kill Tour in Phoenix, Arizona two nights before, Cher performed show number two of its 49 dates at Houston, Texas' Toyota Center within the last hours.

Evidently, Cher was unhappy with the striking predominantly-pink glam-rock costume that she wore to sing 'Believe' on the tour's first night as it was traded tonight for a sheer silver number (that she previously donned during her 2008-2011 'Cher At The Colosseum' Las Vegas residency, though with a different wig).

Sunday, March 23, 2014

azcentral Review Of Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour' First Show: The Night Was A Solid A+.

Cher on her 'Dressed To Kill Tour'
azcentral's Randy Cordova reviewed Cher's first tour performance since 2005...

It can't be easy being Cher. Fans don't expect her to simply strut around on stage and sing; they want a spectacle. Cher apparently sees this as a challenge, because the "Dressed to Kill" tour is bigger, stronger and shinier than her last outing, the so-called farewell tour that ended in 2005.

This tour launched in Phoenix on Saturday, March 22, to a sold-out US Airways Center. Opening act Pat Benatar went on 30 minutes late, meaning Cher didn't take the stage until after 10 p.m. The main attraction expressed some nerves about the show before she even appeared. Prior to the curtains opening, Cher's voice boomed out over the sound system: "When you grade this show, grade it on a f---ing curve!"

Billboard Reviews Cher's "Dazzling" 'Dressed to Kill' Tour Opener

Cher singing 'Woman's World' on her 'Dressed To Kill Tour'
Major music publication Billboard reviewed Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour' opening night:
Cher Delivers Classic Hits, Outrageous Costumes, at Dazzling 'Dressed to Kill' Tour Opener
Two hours before Cher was scheduled to hit the US Airways Center stage in Phoenix, AZ to kick off her "final" farewell tour, the 67-year-old multi-hyphenate entertainer said she was backstage sobbing.
Three songs into her March 22 concert, the first of her 49-date North American 'Dressed to Kill' tour, Cher broke into a monologue where she confessed that some of her costumes didn't fit right, that she couldn't remember the words to two of her songs, and that she broke the nail on her middle finger.

Cher Reveals 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Opening Night Problems: Right Before Show I Was Making Notes And Crying

Cher on her 'dressed To Kill Tour' opening nightCher performed show number one of her 'Dressed To Kill Tour' last night - before revealing that it hadn't run smoothly.

The 20-song set began at Phoenix, Arizona's US Airways Center at around 10:00PM (Arizona time) before wrapping up around midnight.

Three hours later, the 'Mermaids' star told her 2-million Twitter followers that there were a number of opening night problems: "Before showtime I was being fitted for costumes! Shoes man is punk, no shoes, boots! Learned new choreography yesterday. New wigs tonight! Killed ourselves. I made a new mistake every four minutes... You know... Like my f--king iPhone".

Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Opening Night! Costumes & Set-List Revealed!

Cher kicked-off her 'Dressed To Kill Tour' tonight in Phoenix, Arizona.

The night began with special guests Pat Benatar and Nick Geraldo taking to the stage at around 8:30PM to perform some of the former's biggest chart hits, such as million-seller 'Invincible', 'We Belong', 'Hit Me With Your Best Shot', signature tune 'Love Is A Battlefield' and finale number 'Heartbreaker'. One concert-goer, @BethAnnFarvour, tweeted, "Pat Benatar was on point. Best opening act I've seen." Fellow 1980's act Boy George was in the audience.

PHOTOS: Cher Sure Is Dressed To Kill In Her New Tour Book

Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour' tour bookThousands of Cher fans got their hands on the glossy pages of the new Cher tour book tonight at her appropriately-titled 'Dressed To Kill Tour' before the opening show.

If the book's anything to go by, then the (unbelievably!) 67-year-old will look as flawless as ever when it comes to her taking to the stage for tonight's tour opener in Phoenix, Arizona, to belt out her past hits and tracks from her new album 'Closer To The Truth'

As is expected for the tour itself, Cher features in an array of costumes and wigs in the tour book.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

'Dressed To Kill Tour' Attendees: Expect A 'Cher Show' With Plenty Of New Songs

Cher live
In an interview with ABC Radio News, superstar songstress Cher promised that her 'Dressed To Kill Tour', which begins tonight in Phoenix, Arizona, will be an extravagant production.

“It’s like, ‘This is a Cher album', it’s gonna be a ‘Cher show,’. If you’ve been to one of my shows, you kind of know that this is what I do, and I’ve been doing it since I was 30 years old, I’ve been doing this kind of show. This is the only show I know how to do because I need to be entertained.  I cannot just go out and stand and sing, I would just claw my eyes out.”

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

400th Cher News Post! Cher's 'Dressed To Kill Tour Book' Cover Revealed! Available To Pre-Order

Cher's Dressed To Kill Tour Book
Singing superstar Cher tweeted about an upcoming surprise yesterday,  "It's coming tomorrow... It's worth it", before writing this morning: "Today is the day".

The 'Believe' singer was talking about her 'Dressed To Kill Tour Book' and the revealing of its suitably-stunning front cover, which occurred on her Bravado shop.

She took to Twitter about the dazzling cover, with hopes that she could how us a further snapshot from the photo-filled book, "This is the cover of D2K Tour Book! Chains look like diamond dust. Maybe I can squeeze one more picture from my managers?"

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Cher Left Heartbroken As Bob Mackie Declines Costume Designer Job on 'Dressed To Kill Tour'

CherCher has announced that her costume designer of 40 years will not be able to create outfits for her upcoming tour.

Cher's final tour, entitled 'Dressed To Kill Tour' after a track on her new album 'Closer To The Truth', will début in just nine days' time. However, the legendary diva has delivered the news within the last hour that long-time costume designer Bob Mackie is unable to create the highly-anticipated outfits for the set of concerts.

The 'I Hope You Find It' singer – who is currently in Arizona for the first stop of the 49-date tour – tweeted,  “The show looks insane. Desert is rough on my throat. Dancers' costumes are gorgeous. I, on the other hand, have a problem. I was putting off telling you something that has broken my heart. The man who made all my costumes since 1972 decided that he couldn't do my last tour.”

Cher 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Merchandise Available To Pre-Order Online

Four items of merchandise for Cher's upcoming 'Dressed To Kill Tour' have now appeared  at cher.shop.bravadousa.com.

The first two of the quartet of merch items are dark T-shirts, showcasing recent photographs of the poplar singer/actress, with the 'Dressed To Kill Tour' dates on the back. They are named "Cher Feathered Crown Arms T-Shirt" and "Cher D2K Dateback T-shirt", are unisex, are available in sizes small to XX-Large and cost $40.00.

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Cher Chomps Through Two Chocolatey Cakes At Chaz's 45th Birthday Celebrations

Cher and ChazYesterday, 4 March, Cher's eldest son Chaz Bono celebrated his 45th Birthday amongst friends and family at Cher's Malibu home.

Cher tweeted to her 2-million Twitter followers during the day, "Got to go, it's Chaz's birthday dinner and everybody is here." Among the guests were Cher's younger sister Georganne LaPiere and long-time gal pal Paulette Howell.

Chaz himself took to the social networking site before the day's end to thank his followers for their birthday greetings: "Hey guys, thanks so much for all the birthday greetings today!"

Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Cher Scores 31st Billboard Adult Contemporary Hit With 'I Hope You Find It'

Cher
Cher's 'I Hope You Find It' has entered Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart at #24.

'Closer To The Truth' ballad 'I Hope You Find It' has become the second single from the album to hit Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart - which consists of the most popular songs on US adult contemporary radio stations. It follows - and betters - first single 'Woman's World', which peaked at #28 on the chart last year.

The March 2014 début appearance of 'I Hope You Find' on the adult contemporary chart will come as a bit of a surprise to some due to its late arrival - the song was performed on US TV months ago between September and November 2013 on 'The Today Show', 'Late Show with David Letterman', 'Live with Kelly and Michael' and 'Dancing With The Stars', and in those months, became a hit single in Austria, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.