Cher made a surprise appearance on The Tonight Show to perform her single “I Got You Babe” with the cast of The Cher Show, a Broadway musical about her life and career. Host Jimmy Fallon dedicated his entire episode to the singer to celebrate the musical.
In the performance, Cher joins actress Micaela Diamond, who plays her onstage, as well as actor Jarrod Spector, who plays Sonny Bono. Midway through the two actors’ duet of “I Got You Babe” the real Cher, clad in sparkling pants and a purple fur vest, appears and replaces Diamond to finish the duet.
The singer also joined the cast for a performance of “If I Could Turn Back Time,” with the three actresses that portray her – Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks and Diamond – kicking off the song before Cher took the lead and the cast harmonized on the chorus.
Once outside, I quicken my step as I head to my car. I have patients to see at the office, people like me, all of us trying our best to get out of our own ways. The light on the corner is about to change so I run to catch it, but then I notice the warmth on my skin and I stop at the curb, tilting my face to the sun, soaking it in, lifting my eyes to the world. Actually, I’ve got plenty of time.
Red, red lips … ‘Humanity’s love affair with red lipstick dates back to 3500 B.C. when Queen Shub-Ad of Ur, one of the Sumerian city-states of ancient Mesopotamia, first wore a red lip made with a base of white lead and crushed red rocks … ‘
Humanity’s love affair with red lipstick dates back to 3500 B.C. when Queen Shub-Ad of Ur, one of the Sumerian city-states of ancient Mesopotamia, first wore a red lip made with a base of white lead and crushed red rocks…
For years I wore Really Red to make me look like I felt OK. Six years later my collection of lipsticks has expanded, but every shade is red. It’s the color I wear because when I wear it now I actually believe I’m OK, because it’s still the color that gets me, and because on any given day when I catch myself in the mirror with it on, I see the person I want to be. And therein lies the power of red lipstick: its innate ability to be anything at any time for its wearer…
QOL Towers is often sent cover versions of songs from across the Queen song catalogue and each and every one of them is special in its own unique way, however, sometimes something just drops in our inbox they really pricks up our ears and this is one of those times.
Thanks to Matteo, Emanuele, Marco and Andre or 40 Fingers as they are known, for creating this quite lovely version of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.