The repackaged deluxe edition of the album, which was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Awards for Best Pop Album and Record of the Year, is being celebrated by the 77-year-old icon.
Cher has been reversing time for many years,
resisting the passing of time with an ever-younger appearance and voice. However, the ageless 77-year-old singer is finding it difficult to accept that her beloved 1999 dance hit Believe is turning 25 this year, even after more than 60 years in the spotlight.
Alright, it’s not that great. Pisses me, it pisses the f–k out of me, the singer joked while talking about the anniversary with Harry Smith of the Today Show. You also can’t disclose that.
The dance-pop hit that made everyone aware of the benefits of AutoTune spent four weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. It also earned three Grammy nominations, including Best Pop Album for the Eponymous LP, record of the Year for the Single, and Best Dance Recording, which was won by the singer for the first time.
The singer said she’s not a fan of Father Time when Smith questioned her about whether or not she’s not friends with aging. Not at all. It didn’t bother my mother. Well, I do. She shouted, I hate it, to her mother Georgia Holt, who passed away at the age of 96 in December of last year. What is her hatred of getting older? Cher remarked I’d give anything to be 70 again.
The singer’s 22nd studio album,
which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 album chart, is now available in a 25th anniversary deluxe edition with a bonus disc that includes three versions of the song Believe from that era, four versions of Dov’è l’amore, and three remixes/radio edits of the singles Strong Enough and All or Nothing for the first time in 3LP and 2CD formats.
After a decade in the making, Barbra Streisand, 81, has finally released her memoir, My Name Is Barbra. However, Cher has stated that she is finding it difficult to move forward with the book. I’ve lived too long and done too much, so it’s really difficult, she remarked. Thus, in all honesty, it would have to be an encyclopedia.
Selected tracks from Cher’s recently released Christmas album,
her first-ever Christmas album, will be played during this Wednesday, Nov. 29, at Rockefeller Centre on NBC. The show also features Chloe Bailey, David Foster, Katharine McPhee, Liz Gillies, Darlene Love, Seth MacFarlane, Barry Manilow, and more.
Cher Chuckles as she Turns 25 and Says, It Pisses The f–k out of me