While I was in Urgent Care yesterday for chest pains (Mr. Cher Scholar and I were quite freaked out but it turned out to be costochondritis), I was reading all the announcements for Cher's new development deal on LOGO, an effort she and friend Ron Zimmerman had been working on since last year.
This sounds like a very interesting show and might give us a glimpse into Cher's experiences in this crucial decade in her life, least we dare to wish for Cher in a recurring role.
CNN says: "If Cher's potential Logo TV show would be anything at all like her Twitter feed, we're already on board."
- Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/06/cher-show-logo-pilot-ron-zimmerman_n_2421116.html
- CNN: http://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2013/01/07/cher-signs-development-deal-with-logo/
- The Hollywood Reporter: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/cher-signs-development-deal-logo-408904
Cher is also trying to organize a twitter contest to bring some fans to her Malibu home for a preview of her album. Cher News has the wrap up: http://chernews.blogspot.com/2013/01/get-excited-your-chance-to-meet-cher.html
Unrelated....Sunday night as I was on the floor with my chest pains, waiting for Mr. Cher Scholar to get back from his job guarding Georgia O'Keeffe paraphernalia, I was watching the end of Oprah Winfrey's interview with David Letterman on her show Next Chapter. I love how Oprah dealt with the tough questions on Letterman and his feuds over the years, including his feud with her. But after that was over I turned to watching saved-up episodes of Family Guy. I thought if I'm going to die, I want to be watching Family Guy. Because I want to die laughing.