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Sonny and Cher became inseparable friends, eventual lovers, and later married.
Through Sonny, Cher started as a session singer in 1963, and sang backup on several of Spector’s classic recordings, including The Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Loving Feeling", Darlene Love's "A Fine, Fine Boy," The Crystals' "Da Doo Ron Ron" and The Ronettes’ "Be My Baby".
Cher was born in El Centro, California, on May 20, 1946, at a.m.
Her father, John Sarkisian, was an Armenian refugee who worked as a truck driver.
The announcement was made Saturday at the Television Critics Association tour, with more in-depth details about the deal being kept quiet for now.
Parade has a new interview with Cher, and she appears on the cover over a red background and wearing peach-colored makeup that in no way flatters her. I’m impressed with how candid and open she is, which has pretty much been the case during this entire press tour for On Chaz’s gender reassignment “When Chaz first told me about wanting a sex change, I had a really hard time with it,” Cher says. “She said to me, ‘If I’m ever going to do it, I’ve got to do it now. “I went, ‘If you’ve got to do it, dear, you’ve got to do it.’ ” In May, Chaz’s gender and name were legally changed. It’s going to be the biggest nightmare that will not stop.
I love how she seems totally over it and like she’ll tell us whatever we want to know. This movie will probably flop, but that’s not her fault.
Cher ended her 3-year-long "Farewell Tour" in 2005 as the most successful tour by a female solo artist of all time.Cher is the only female solo artist to reach the Top Ten of the Billboard Hot 100 in each of the previous four decades.Her hit dance single "Believe" is her biggest-selling recording and was the best-selling single of 1999, having sold over 10 million copies worldwide.“We talked about the transgendered thing intermittently for years. “When I realized she was going to do it, it was rocky for me. But the press was kinder than I thought they would be.” “It’s hard, ’cause she’s still my girl. The truth is, I’m not so sure we should’ve ever been husband and wife.” Feeling trapped and depressed, she considered suicide. I believed that once she stopped drugs, she would have a much better life and put the transgender idea on the back burner.” But after getting sober in 2004, Chaz became more determined than ever.