Cher is diving right back into the biz. Not only does she have a new album underway, but she is also returning to the small screen after a 40 year acting hiatus.
At the Television Critics Association press tour Saturday, Logo- a LGBT-centric network, announced that the iconic singer and actress will be teaming up with TV writer Ron Zimmerman to create a sitcom based in Hollywood in the early ’60’s.
The two have been romantically linked for several years, but have thus far kept their relationship (and their deal) under wraps.
Logo’s Senior VP of Original Programming Brent Zacky told the Hollywood Reporter, “We read some of the stuff that Cher and Ron had written and it was really terrific.”
He added, “The deal is brand-new and we’re just getting started on the project.” But with a legend like Cher involved, we have no doubt the show will be a success!
Cher’s album, which will be released in March, includes her latest single “Woman’s World” and will be her first album in over a decade!
When a fan asked Cher what her new album would be like, she responded, “Eclectic! Lots of dance, but none (are the) same kind of dance! Have big ass choruses, some heart rippers!”
It may have been a lonely decade without Cher, but we certainly “believe in love after all.”