If you’ve seen summer blockbuster Mammia Mia! Here We Go Again, you’ll know cocktail black Cher is some-more than a compare for a hits of ABBA.
So it creates clarity that she’s releasing an whole manuscript of ABBA covers, with new single Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! A Man After Midnight being a initial lane from a record.
Stuffed with thumping bass, mountainous synths and super-slick auto-tuned vocals, a new lane is a straight-up bar banger ideal for a Friday night boogie.
It does probity to a strange and brings to mind a anthems of 1980s Madonna or Kylie’s iconic hits of a early 1990s – both of whom have turn icons for a happy community.
Cher’s reverence album, entitled Dancing Queen, will underline some of ABBA’s best-loved classics such as Waterloo, SOS and Mamma Mia.
It’s set for a 28 Sep release, though a 72-year-old signer has forsaken her take on Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! today.
The recover follows her coming in Mamma Mia 2 final month, that saw her sing ‘Fernando’ to a prolonged mislaid adore during granddaughter Sophie’s party.
It was iconic (obviously).
Cher got to hang out with Meryl Streep on set and a span after renewed their loyalty at a premiere.
Stepping out during London’s Hammersmith Apollo, a BFFs looked glamorous in their engineer outfits while posing for a camera on a blue carpet.
Cher dumbfounded in a floor-length black robe and her signature black curls, while Meryl rocked a splendid blue dress interconnected with gem-encrusted black heels.
They were assimilated by associate castmembers Lily James, Andy Garcia, Colin Firth and Amanda Seyfried – and a horde of celebrities unfortunate to see a new movie.