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The Number Ones: Cher’s “Half-Breed”

In The Number Ones, I'm reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart's beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present. More »
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Sponsored: Beverly Hills compound once owned by Cher and Eddie Murphy gets a big price chop

An equestrian compound that counts both stars as former owners has returned to market at $48 million.
Tags: News, Beverly Hills, Cher, Eddie Murphy, Explore, NWhomes


Open Mike: The Must-See Movies of Paul Thomas Anderson

["Open Mike" is the often off-topic, anything-goes editorial page of TOP. It appears on Wednesdays.] And now for something completely different. I'm wary of movies—there's too much drek and dross out there, too much dirt to move to find the occasional gem. To get around this, I tend to follow threads of some sort—a director I like, an actor, even a writer (who are risky to follow because they usually don't have enough control over the final movie. That's the result of how they're treated, not th...
Tags: Photography, New York, Robin Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mark Wahlberg, Nebraska, Paul Thomas Anderson, Las Vegas, Cher, Burt Reynolds, Samuel L Jackson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Adam Sandler, Anderson, Charlie Kaufman, Anomalisa


Cher the Love

Art by A.F. Branco Cher the Love USA –-(Ammoland.com)- Cher the Love. Cher was a big supporter of sanctuary cities and illegal immigration until the idea of bussing hoards of these Illegal invaders to her own town became a real possibility. Thank you to President Trump. Did you enjoy this cartoon? Sign up for Ammoland in your Inbox and get our daily cartoon and email news! You call yourself pro-gun? Prove it by joining any one or all of these fine civil rights organizations: National Ri...
Tags: Guns, Washington Post, America, Fox News, Cher, Trump, Nra, National Rifle Association NRA, Ammoland, Gun Rights News, A.F. Branco, Gun Cartoons, USA Ammoland, Citizens Committee, Branco, Big Hollywood


Cher: The Icon

Cher was the star guest on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night. Towards the end of the show, the three singer-actresses who play her in the Broadway show "Cher" came on with her for a talking segment. After the commercial break, the three... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Don't try to sing like Cher

If you ever run into Cher, don't start singing her hits.
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Trump jumps on Cher's sanctuary city tweet but ignores his record on poverty

President Donald Trump sought Monday to spin a Cher tweet commenting on both his proposal to deposit undocumented immigrants into so-called sanctuary cities and poverty levels in Los Angeles to his advantage, claiming support from the liberal singer.
Tags: Los Angeles, Cnn, Cher, Donald Trump, Trump


Real estate investor accused of billion-dollar Ponzi scheme

A California luxury real estate developer whose homes have drawn the attention of Hollywood celebrities was arrested on charges of running a $1.3 billion-Ponzi scheme.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Cher, Tony Curtis, Robert Shapiro, Sonny, News Brief, Woodbridge Group of Companies, Dane Roseman, Ivan Acevedo


Kacey Musgraves Is Giving Us Butterflies With Her Cher-Style Long Hair at the ACMs

Kacey Musgraves has been dominating music this year (she won four Grammys for her album Golden Hour), so it's no wonder she's starting to embody a music legend. While attending the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on April 7, the star looked strangely familiar. Her long, hip-length hair, center part, and doll-eye lashes look eerily like Cher's go-to look in the '70s. The celebs look so similar that it definitely requires a double take. The singer paired her dramatic hair look with r...
Tags: Kacey Musgraves, Beauty, Las Vegas, Cher, Red Carpet, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Award Season, Academy of Country Music Awards


Lyle Tuttle, 87, ‘Granddaddy Of Modern American Tattooing’

“Tuttle, who considered himself a social pioneer, was celebrated for pushing tattoos toward mainstream acceptance, especially for women. He left his indelible mark on stars such as Janis Joplin, Joan Baez and Cher (that was his work on her derrière in the ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ video) – along with more hirsute clients, such as Henry Fonda and the Allman Brothers.” – San Francisco Chronicle
Tags: Art, People, Cher, Tuttle, Henry Fonda, 03.27.19, Lyle Tuttle, Janis Joplin Joan Baez


What Is The Met Gala’s Camp Theme Exactly?

Update:Andrew Bolton, the Wendy Yu Curator in Charge of the Costume Institute, further explained the relevance of the 2019 Met Gala's theme to Vogue on Tuesday, calling out its cultural relevance.Camp, Bolton notes, “has become increasingly more mainstream in its pluralities—political camp, queer camp, Pop camp, the conflation of high and low, the idea that there is no such thing as originality.” He continues: “but I think you’ve got to be incredibly sophisticated to understand camp—look at Yv...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Rihanna, White House, Vogue, Elton John, The New York Times, Lady Gaga, Cher, Bolton, Naacp, Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Trump, Versailles, Susan


Star stylist can do celebrities’ hair in just 15 minutes

Ricardo Rojas has worked with everyone from Cher to Naomi Campbell.
Tags: Fashion, Cher, Ricardo Rojas


The One Thing You Never Noticed About Elizabeth Holmes' Look

Between not one, but two upcoming documentaries, the podcast The Dropout, and Jennifer Lawrence’s next movie, an adaptation of the bestselling book about her rise and fall, the entire world can't stop talking about Elizabeth Holmes.Many questions have been posed about the woman behind the once-famed, now-infamous biotech company Theranos — including why she always wears that turtleneck, why she really talks like that, and her dog Balto's well-being. But just as important to her image as the Ste...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian, France, New York City, Cher, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, Colton, Michael Christian, Orly, WWD, Larry Busacca Getty, Yonkers New York


How To Get A Curly Perm Without Looking Like Your Mom's #TBT

Before we were obsessed with lobs, lace-front wigs, and rainbow-colored hair, there were perms. Curly perms, to be precise; the dramatically teased, extra-wavy hair that occupied the heads of your mom, grandma, and celebrities like Cher, and the look of choice for period films like Grease and Flashdance.Given today's trends, you might think that the curly perm is best reserved for your mom's #TBT photos — but it's actually alive and well, and better-looking than ever before. For straight hair t...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Nashville, Cher, Malibu, Tbt, Elle Woods, Saviano, Nunzio Saviano Salon, Nunzio Saviano, Mallory Granrath, Granrath


As If! These Clueless Lip Glosses Are a MUST For Fans of the Movie

Even though Cher's high-tech closet in Clueless isn't quite available yet, the next best thing is: the Clueless Totally Buggin' Lip Gloss Set ($15). The trio of plaid-adorned glosses are available at pop culture store Boxlunch and are a must-buy for any superfan (we know you go to Clueless trivia every Thursday). The three glosses are decorated just like the film's three main characters - Cher, Dionne, and Tai - and are encased in a packaging that looks like a '90s translucent purse that the g...
Tags: Makeup, Beauty, Cher, Clueless, Betty, Tai, Beauty Products, Lip Gloss, Cher Dionne


The 7 Best Paul Rudd Roles

The 7 Best Paul Rudd Roles Paul Rudd is likable. There is no better single word to describe him. He may not be lauded for range, but only because he likes to shoot comedies so much. As films like Perks of Being a Wallflower show, he is perfectly capable in dramas. But his ability to draw a comedic audience is nearly unmatched. His likeability is almost to the detriment of some of his roles. You may find yourself rooting for even his dumbest and most inconsiderate characters because of th...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Office, Marvel, Article, Hawaii, Beverly Hills, Jane Austen, Steve Carell, Cher, Ron Burgundy, Rob Lowe, Will Ferrell, Judd Apatow, Rudd


Week 13: Selfies, Art and Natural Beauty of LA

Once again on our morning of departure from LA we did a quick about face and change of plans. We wanted to go to Death Valley, but after a few phone calls to reserve an RV campsite we realized it was not the best decision. Everything was booked out as it’s peak season now. Death Valley is not an ideal summer destination. We also learned there are a few road closures thanks to weather destruction. So there is a fair bit of work going on AND gold mining, which meant the chances of us getting accom...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Asia, Usa, Hollywood, Instagram, California, La, Los Angeles, Ireland, Katy Perry, Korea, Las Vegas, Warner Bros, Cher, Jack


The Voice in the Machine

Electronic sound has been part of American musical life for over a century. As early as 1907, audiences in New York attended concerts featuring the massive early synthesizer, the Telharmonium. Just over two decades later, tens of thousands of listeners heard the theremin in concerts and radio broadcasts, around the same time that thousands of organists began playing the Hammond Organ in churches across the country. Music historians tend to use these three instruments as examples of early technol...
Tags: New York, Electronics, Jay Z, Religion, Digital, Articles, Kanye West, Cher, Globe, Columns, Voice, Kanye, Bon Iver, Meaning, Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Cage


5 Bizarre Red-Carpet Beauty Rituals Celebs Do On The Down-Low

Thanks to a never-ending stream of #BehindTheScenes content on social media, it’s pretty easy to source exactly which shade of lipstick or what styling products were used for just about any red-carpet beauty look at any time. But just because we’re treated to an endless stream of product rundowns and glam-room snippets from the stars and their squads doesn’t mean we’re getting a complete look at how a star is born.As it turns out, there’s plenty of red-carpet prep even the most open of celebrit...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Kim Kardashian, Los Angeles, Graham, Lady Gaga, Bob, Cher, Zendaya, Hailey Baldwin, Boynton, Ashley Graham, Frazer Harrison Getty, James Devaney, Mario Dedivanovic


RuPaul changed nightlife in NYC

Thanks to the internet and social media, most people are familiar with the art of drag. The way we currently know it, however, really only became part of mainstream culture in the last decade. This shift in the landscape is in large part due to the work of RuPaul Charles. Heavily influenced by the way individuals have been conveying gender expression throughout history, RuPaul has helped drag reach never-before-seen heights. In 1992, he released the song “Supermodel (You Better Work),” a dan...
Tags: Travel, New York City, Brooklyn, Chelsea, House, Lgbtq, Britney Spears, Cher, Bushwick, All, Rupaul's Drag Race, Washington Heights, Astoria, Rupaul, Boobie Trap, NYC nightlife


Nancy Pelosi, Ava DuVernay Honored at VH1 Trailblazers Event

Cher is feeling a little better about what’s happening in Washington, D.C. “When I see Trump spew his hate and tell his gazillion lies, I get pissed off and feel uneasy at the same time,” the Oscar winner and frequent Trump critic said on Wednesday while introducing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi at “VH1 […]
Tags: Washington, Vh1, Nancy Pelosi, Cher, Ava Duvernay, Trump, Nancy Pelosi Ava DuVernay, VH1 Trailblazers Event


How Infomercials Almost Ruined Cher’s Career

The early 1990s were tough years for Cher. Battling chronic fatigue syndrome and unsure of her next career move, she signed up for some easy dough by appearing in that most maligned of TV contrivances, the infomercial. In a three-part series for Lori Davis hair-care products, the statuesque chanteuse perched on a sofa and marveled...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Cher, 40 Years Bold, Lori Davis


The Number Ones: Cher’s “Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves”

In The Number Ones, I'm reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart's beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present. More »
Tags: Music, Cher, The Number Ones


‘A Star Is Born’ Co-Writer Eric Roth Suggested Lady Gaga Study Cher in ‘Moonstruck’ to Play Ally

Eric Roth, who won an Academy Award a quarter century ago for “Forrest Gump,” went even further back when he was working with Lady Gaga on “A Star Is Born.” Roth, speaking at the Beyond Words panel at the Writers Guild Theatre, recalled that he advised Gaga to emulate Cher’s Loretta Castorini from the 1987 […]
Tags: News, Awards, Lady Gaga, Cher, Eric Roth, Writers Guild of America West, Roth, Forrest Gump, Loretta Castorini, Erith Roth, Lady Gaga Study Cher


Why The Corners Of Your Mouth Crack — & How To Fix It

Just like chapped lips, it's easy to associate the development of dry, crusty patches on the corners of our mouths with exposure to extreme cold and dryness: too many nights in arid Palm Springs, or too many days fighting frostbite in New York. But it turns out that those flaky patches of skin anchoring our smiles aren't just an extension of dry, irritated lips gone rogue — and they're not cold sores, either. Rather, they come courtesy of a condition called angular cheilitis, which can stick ar...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Miami, Cher, Palm Springs, Hemsworth, Candida, Feller, Kantor, Manjula Jegasothy, Jegasothy, Brian Kantor, Lowenberg Lituchy Kantor, Rochelle Brock, Maya Feller


20 Most Influential Graphic Design Companies From Around the World

Graphic design is a notoriously competitive field and it can be tough for companies to stand out. But, at least twenty graphic design firms from around the world have proven to be the best in their field, with gorgeous portfolios filled with impressive clients and prominent design campaigns. These are the design firms that clients with virtually unlimited budgets turn to when they need a brand identity, packaging design, or help with other types of design. These design firms drive graphic desig...
Tags: Apple, Startups, New York, Design, London, Jimmy Kimmel, Berlin, New York City, Inspiration, Samsung, Sales, San Francisco, Entrepreneurs, Spain, Barcelona, Chicago


PHOTOS: Cher kicks off her tour with wings, sequins and male dancers

Check out more photos from her opening night below, and soak in the eleganza of the wigs and the sequins.
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How Kip Berman Gave Tom Petty's 'Full Moon Fever' the Pains of Being Pure at Heart Treatment

None With their dreamy guitars, exhilarating percussion, and infectious lyrics, the Pains of Being Pure at Heart have crafted one of the most memorable discographies in the indie scene. Since their debut in 2009, with their self-titled album which featured the anthemic "Young Adult Friction", they have consistently put out effortlessly great indie pop. In a way, their way of making music, and their fresh reliability, resembles Tom Petty's approach to creating. For decades Petty made music that ...
Tags: Feature, Music, Bruce Springsteen, Interview, US, George Harrison, Bbc, Pop, Neil Young, Courtney Love, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Willie Nelson, Madonna, Jesus, Jackson


How a 57-hour Donkey Kong game struck a blow against online toxicity | Tom Hawking

Harry Brewis raised $340,000 for a UK trans group and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeared in a Twitch stream that was an antidote to the worst of gaming cultureOne of the defining features of politics in the 21st century has been the way online cultural phenomena can cross over into the “real” world.Unfortunately, perhaps because the internet seems to bring out the worst in people, those phenomena have largely been, well, awful. Continue reading...
Tags: Gamergate, Games, UK, Australia news, Culture, Game culture, Cher, Twitch, Chelsea Manning, Donkey Kong, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Tom Hawking, Harry Brewis


The Story of ‘A Star Is Born’ Before Bradley Cooper’s Version

“A Star Is Born” has always been a great talent vehicle, including the new Bradley Cooper-Lady Gaga version, which Warner Bros. opened Oct. 5. Previous versions showcased big-name talent, but there’s also a stellar lineup of people who almost made the film but didn’t, including Cary Grant, Cher, Elvis Presley, Whitney Houston, Denzel Washington, Tom […]
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