June 7, 2010

Cher's edifice makes the cover of Architectural Digest

Look, it's my Spiritual Mother Cher - say it like Just Jack: Cherrrrrroh - on the cover of the June 2010 Architectural Digest (see inside). Has she finally had so much work done that her face is recognized as an engineering/design feat?

Actually, she looks quite good up there in her jeans and her Suspect hair. Not scary at all. But how many homes does Cherilyn need in California? And they are always earth-toned adobes or villas that are extreme homages to Egyptians or Venetians, yadda yadda.

While I am on the topic of the Dark Lady, let's remember her brilliant appearance on Will & Grace. Note the late, great makeup artiste Kevyn Aucoin is seated with her.

Supposedly Mrs. Bono Allman has a new album out this year. All will be revealed...


Michael said...

Cher should work with Freemasons or Bassmonkeys or Shapeshifters or one of those production teams.

Just a thought.

I also have the weirdest desire to hear her collaborate with Hercules & Love Affair.

xolondon said...

No, that last one is a REALLY good idea.

Aaron said...

Personally, Not really caring who she works with - As long as it's big epicy dance - But if Almighty ever did write originals...:P

I think I might have quite a few spiritual mothers...Cher, Kylie, Dannii, Madonna, Allison, All 5 Members Of Girls Aloud, Elena Paparizou, Lady GaGa, Britney....e.t.c. e.t.c. - Not sure how that works, but hey!

As for Will & Grace - FAVOURITE SHOW EVER - AMAZING clip too, I laugh so hard every time I it!

undisco_me said...

Stars is definately her masterpiece. More gospel-tinged stuff a la Walking In Memphis and Geronimo's Cadillac, rather than pumping out dance tracks (she'll no doubt commission a tone of remixes).

Believe album was more pop than dance I'd argue - Living Proof lacked the same scavenged spontaneity, but You Take It All is one of her best ever.