Fierceness personified, and glorified in those absolutely spot-on frocks. Perfection.One of the few things I regret losing in the great fire of '88 is my 12-inch single of the original Shirley & Company version - the cover featured a cartoon of Shirley with, for reasons that must have made sense at the time, Richard Nixon.
I was just coming to write, simply, "Perfection" but Muscato beat me to it. (And I assume we're talking about the Shirley & Co. cover at http://s.pixogs.com/image/R-2605768-1292820551.jpeg).
Ladies be *workin!*
Did Cher borrow that wig from Toni Tenille? She should give it back.
Yeah, that wig was the only misstep in this pairing.
best use of vintage vertical blinds.
The following season Cher recycled that same dress for her rendition of Rose Royce's 'Car Wash.'
I just saw Cher in concert this weekend. She was a little thicker and moved less than she does in this duet with Tina, but the voice is still there. And as she said to us, "suck it, Katy Perry!"
That's awesome that you got to see Cher! In her honor, I watched Burlesque last week. For what it's worth, I actually enjoyed it (of course we were drinking!) but whenever she went up or down stairs I was like "Oh, her poor knees!"