AOL Chat 2000

 

Cher

AOL LIVE CHAT with Cher – Nov. 16, 2000

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: AOL Live welcomes recording artist and Oscar-winning
actress Cher tonight. She’ll be chatting on the night she appears on “Will &
Grace.”

AOL LIVE: Do you have any comments, Cher?

AOL LIVE: Cher: No. I’m just happy to be here.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. First question we have is from digital girl 3. And
the question is — Cher, I’m such a huge fan of yours. I can’t wait to watch
“Will & Grace” tonight. Was it fun appearing on the show?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Yeah, it was really — it made me a little nervous because,
you know, I just waited at the end. They’d already done the episode, so I
just came in — my place, I have a little scene at the end. So it was — it’s
strange when you walk onto a new set. But
everybody was really having such a good time, and they were dancing, and
they had , and they did dance numbers. It was really kind of funny. Then
I had to kind of hide, because they didn’t want the audience to
know I was there. So they had me sitting in this place that they just kind
of revealed me at the last minute. So I was kind of creeping around and
trying to be — have a really low profile until I stood up.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. The next question we have is from Michael Frame,
and the question is — I heard you’re releasing a album over the Internet…
What inspired you to do that?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Well, because I had written this album in 1994, I think. 1994
or 1996. I don’t remember which now. I think it’s 1994. I’m a little bit
jet-lagged, because I’m in England. I just got here I think
this morning, and I’ve been up watching the election results for days since
I was out campaigning. So I am a little bit jet-lagged. Anyway, I wrote this
album, it’s six years old, and there was really no place for
it but the Internet. So it just seems — it’s a really kind of personal
thing. And that’s the reason it’s called “not.com.mercial,” because it’s
really not commercial, so it wasn’t the kind of album that could have been
released anyplace. It was just sitting around all these years and someone
said I should put it on the Internet. That was when “Believe” came out. I was
planning to do it then, but “Believe” came out. And
everything happened, and I went on tour, and I built a house. So it just
came out now.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: All right. Our next question is from pony gal 98. And
the question is — Cher, what kind of songs are you thinking of putting on
your next album? I heard you were recording a new one in the studio.

AOL LIVE: Cher: Well, I’m here in England. This is where I recorded the last
one. This is where I recorded “Believe.” And the man that I work with here,
Rob Dickens, he listens to about 1,000 songs, and then he
gives me about oh, 30, and then we pick 10 or 12 or 14. I guess for
“Believe” we picked about 14 or so, or 15, and then we recorded all of them.
Some didn’t make it on the album. So on this one, I think we might be
recording a little bit more. Then I just picked the songs I liked the best.
But I mean, he’s really smart. He was with Warner Brothers. He was the head
of Warner Brothers — head of Warner brothers U.K. And he signed me. He’s
really a cool guy. He has his own label now called Instant Karma. But he
still can record with me and I think one other person from Warner Brothers.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Smiley love 346791 would like to know, when is your
new album coming out? I think they might be asking about “not.com.mercial”
but also the one you did this spring.

AOL LIVE: Cher: I usually call it “son of believe” and that’s how I
differentiate it in my mind. I think it will be out in Europe in March or
April, and then it comes to America after that.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. This is from ult ma 1-2-3. This is nisa, her name
is. She says, hi, Cher. I talked to you recently on the fan conference. In
the recent “rolling stone” interview concerning “Son of Believe” you said you
remade a song that was so obvious to remake. Can you give us any clues what
that song might be?

AOL LIVE: Cher: No, because it’s a surprise.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. This is from gallery 606, and the question is —
any other planned TV appearances, like “Will & Grace”?

AOL LIVE: Cher: No. Because, first of all, I’ll be here in England now until
I’ve finished the new album. And I really did “Will & Grace” because my
friend Sean plays a character on it. He plays Jack. So he was the one that
really was responsible for me doing it, because he was the one that kind of
persuaded me and said, “oh, come on, Cher. It will be fun. Let’s do it. It
will be lots of fun. And it will [only] take a minute,” and blah, blah, blah.
It was fun. He was right.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: California surfer girl 2000 asks — what is your most
favorite song on “not.com.mercial” and why? Do you have a favorite?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Oh, it’s really hard. I think it’s hard to have a favorite
song, but I always think that “The Fall” is one of my favorite songs. And I
don’t know why. I just like it a lot.

AOL LIVE: Cher: A lot of people, actually, have commented on that song
already.

AOL LIVE: …[Some people] were asking if you had gotten feedback from any
close friends of Kurt Cobain or Courtney Love or Michael Stipe.

AOL LIVE: Cher: No. No one’s said anything. But I don’t think many people
knew, with all of stuff going on with the election, and we haven’t done much
— you know, it hasn’t been really much — I haven’t done — considering all
the press and stuff you can do for an album, I
really wanted to do “not.com.mercial” in a special way, so I don’t think
there’s a lot of people that really know about “not.com.mercial.” It’s still
kind of a small thing.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Definitely, if anyone out there is interested in
getting the album, check out www.Cher.com. or www.Cherdirect.com if you’re
interested in checking it out. The next question is from fanny hill, and the
question is — will Cher launch, or will you launch, a
tour with your new album? And I guess that applies to the spring one, as
well as “not.com.mercial.”

AOL LIVE: Cher: I don’t think I’ll do a tour of “not.com.mercial.” I’m here
recording this album. I don’t know. It depends on — it just depends. I’m not
sure. You know, I just finished last — you know, I
just finished a tour, so I don’t know. I might try to do a short one. But it
wouldn’t be — it would be like 60 dates. That would be it.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Sand L.H.S. asks — when are you going to make your
next movie? I loved “Tea With Mussolini.”

AOL LIVE: Cher: I plan to shoot a film in the fall that’s a al, and it’s
a movie I’ve been trying to make for a gazillion years, called “The Enchanted
Cottage.” We just got the financing and we’re writing the script right now.
It’s a al version of this strange 1940’s classic movie with Robert Young
and Dorothy Macguire. It kind of falls in the cracks of sort of a strange
fairy-talish kind of movie, and it has in it. It’s about a singer who
gets into a really
terrible accident. And so I’d be her.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Next question is — as we approach the end of the
year, do you have any new year’s resolutions?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Oh, my gosh.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Someone thinking a little far ahead.

AOL LIVE: Cher: I know. Please. I’m just trying to — I haven’t even gotten
there yet.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Digital girl 3 says — Cher, I really love the
“Believe” album. It’s one of my favorite albums of all time. Do you plan on
ever making a dance album again? That would be awesome. Love, Jessica.

AOL LIVE: Cher: If you liked “Believe,” you’re going to love the new one,
because the new one is so much fun. I mean, I never get — I’m never, like,
oh, saying, you know, oh, this song I’m doing, this album is so terrific, or
this I’m doing is so terrific. But the on this new album is so
terrific. I just — I love it. I was telling somebody — I mean, this is —
this really happened. I have one of those C.D. machines that you can play in
your shower. And so I was listening
to the demo tape of the new album so I could learn it, and I was singing and
dancing around my shower. I almost killed myself. I was dancing and I forgot
it was wet. Thank God I got like a little seat in my shower, and I slipped,
and I caught myself on the seat. But I was having the best time, forgetting
that I was actually dancing around in the water. It was like some sort of
strange 2000 version of “singing in the rain.”

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: I think we’re all looking forward to its release. The
next question is from leggy, and it is — Cher, what do you think of all the
drag Queens who impersonate you?

AOL LIVE: Cher: I think they’re fun. You know what? I always love how people
interpret me. And so I’ve seen fabulous costumes. When I do my show, and all
these great, great guys come in, and they’re in this
unbelievable drag. I always can spot them because they’re so tall, usually.
I mean, I always see a great version of something I’ve worn or some
inspiration. You know, some new get-up that is just cool. I think it’s great.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK, snotty but lovable asks — what is your greatest
gift in life?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Oh, wow.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: I guess you can interpret that a number of ways.

AOL LIVE: Cher: I guess that I don’t give up.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK.

AOL LIVE: Cher: Or at least, I don’t give up for very long.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. The next question we have is from J.J. Donabar. It
is — Cher, first of all, I’ve always admired you for being completely
upfront and honest. You’re a fascinating person. What made you want to do
something as interesting as issuing an album exclusively over the Internet?
>From Tom c.

AOL LIVE: Cher: It didn’t even occur to me to do it, to tell you the truth. I
had gone to this castle and I’d written these songs. Then I came back and
recorded them, you know, with the guys from the David letterman band, like
Will Lee and Anton. And they just helped me put
all the songs down. And then, you know, I played it for some of my friends.
Then I played it for my record company. They said it’s really nice, but it’s
not commercial. I said all right. I had a safe and I just
threw it in the safe. Then when I was doing an interview with this guy for
“Believe,” he said to me, “you know, I’ve heard about this album. Is it true,
I’ve heard there’s this album.” He said, “what I heard was
there was this song you wrote about Kurt Cobain.” I said, yeah, I did. He
said, can I hear it? I said, sure. So I dug it out and played to for him.
Then he wrote this whole article about that song. Someone said, you
should put it out on the Internet. So I was going to right away, because I
thought oh, that’s really cool. I was going to. And then “Believe” kind of,
you know, just blew up and there was so much work to do. Then first I did
kind of promotion tour, then all of the TV shows, then I did the real tour.
So that was about — I don’t know, that’s about two years ago, I guess.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. We have two guys in Connecticut who are watching
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AOL LIVE: Cher: It does. Oh, gosh. It does have a name, but I don’t remember
it. If anybody knows it, I wish they’d put it on.

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AOL LIVE: Cher: OK.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: A. Colleen asks — will you ever do a Christmas album?
She thought you were great on Rosie’s C.D. last year.

AOL LIVE: Cher: You know what? There’s a couple albums I want to do. I want
to do a live album at Carnegie hall of old standards, like the ones I used to
do on “the Sonny & Cher show.” And I want to do a country album with all the
really great country artists. And I want to do a Christmas album. Every year
I always have that as something. That’s like going to be my — that chick or
whoever asked about my resolution. That’s always what I always say, OK, this
year I’m going to do those three albums. But those are three albums I still
want to do. Yeah, a Christmas album is one of those.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. A number of people in our audience, too, have been
asking about the “Sisters Of Mercy” track off of “not.com.mercial” and are
interested in knowing the story behind it and what inspired you to write it.

AOL LIVE: Cher: Well, when I was little — as far as I can tell, this story
is a little sketchy because my mother is not that thrilled about talking
about it, but actually, my mother wasn’t even the one that told me it. My
grandmother told it to me one day out of the blue. And not that long ago. But
it seems that after my mother had me and I was either 6 or 8 months old and
my father took my mother to Scranton, Pennsylvania, and he left her there,
and my mother started working in an all-night diner for $1 a night, plus
tips. And she took me to this
Catholic orphanage. I guess things were different in the old days. I don’t
know if it was an orphanage. There was no kind of day care place, you know.
So I think it was an orphanage, and they just agreed to take care of me,
because my mother had no place to put me. And then my mother got sick and she
didn’t come back for three weeks. And when she did, the mother superior
wouldn’t let her — the mother superior wouldn’t let her see me. My mom said
all they would do is let her see me through a glass. They wouldn’t let me
come in. They said she should put me up for adoption. It took her like six
months and she found either a councilman or an assemblyman that helped her go
and get me back. So I wrote that song for my mother.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Wow. That’s an amazing story. The next question just
popped up is from Douglas 30, and —

AOL LIVE: Cher: I want to say something before that.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Sure.

AOL LIVE: Cher: You know, I got a letter from the Catholic church, you know,
from the Catholic League. They weren’t real happy about it. And so it was
kind of a letter condemning me. And you know, what I tried to
explain to them is that, you know, I went to Catholic school for like two
semesters when I was younger. I wanted to be a nun when I was there. I have
known plenty of great nuns… This was a song about one woman who was mean
to my mom. I don’t remember it, but I wrote it for my mom. I thought it would
be important to her, which it was.

AOL LIVE: >> It’s not necessarily a statement about Catholicism or the
church, right?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Yeah. The church has to defend itself. I’m not here to attack
it or defend it. It was a surprise. I didn’t didn’t know the church knew I
wrote a song. Especially before it came out. They must keep tabs on
everything. They’re like Santa. They see you when you’re sleeping. They know
when you’re awake. They know when you’ve been good or bad.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: The next question is from Douglas 80. I had question is
— where do you like to go in the world when you want to take time off from
being “Cher”? And he has Cher in quotation marks. I guess your public
personality.

AOL LIVE: Cher: I like Tahiti. And I like Paris. I used to love Aspen before
the papparazzi got there. And — gosh, there’s so few places I can go to not
be Cher.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: You probably don’t want to name every single one.

AOL LIVE: Cher: There aren’t that many places. Those are the only two that
come to my mind. I don’t know that I’ve ever been anyplace lately that I
could go where people didn’t recognize me. But I’m sure there must be places.
I just don’t know them.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Next question is — Cher, I see a new Cher/Bob
Mackie doll will be released in 2001. To what extent were you involved in the
project, and is it possible for you to tell us more about it? Thank you.

AOL LIVE: Cher: You know what’s really kind of confusing is that they did
this Cher doll that was a Cher Believe” doll, and it was one-of-a-kind, and
it was a porcelain doll and she had the “Believe” outfit from the tour, but
the “Believe” hair from the video. And I thought — and
they did it, and it was a one-off, and I had forgot about it. Then I must
have really forgotten about it, because then they had one on “Will & Grace,”
and I must have been involved, but I don’t remember it, to tell you the
truth. I thought it was going to be the Cher “Believe” doll. So then they did
it — they did the Cher Bob Mackie doll, which is kind of like the retro
Cher, the classic Cher. I was hoping they would come out with the Cher
“Believe” doll. I saw her. She’s beautiful. I
hope they come out with the “Believe” Cher, too, because I just think that
that’s newer. But I saw the new Cher doll, and everybody loved it. I liked
it, too. It’s a nice doll, and Bob did a nice outfit. She’s got a big feather
boa, nice long hair that you can brush. Except I heard people don’t even take
those dolls out of the boxes. I don’t think it would be much fun to have a
doll and not dance her around.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Yeah, that’s for sure.

AOL LIVE: OK, the next one we have is from Skye Blue P.A., and she says —
hi, Cher. I’m Megen. I just wanted to tell you how much you mean to me.
You’ve been such a role model for me, showing I should stand up for myself
and never give up. What was one of your favorite memories from all the times
you’ve been out on tour?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Oh, let’s see. What is one of my favorite memories? Gosh.
Well, two that come to my mind. Once when I was playing the Astrodome with
Sonny and got my hair caught in my costume and we were — they were having a
rodeo at the same time. So I had to do my changes in this little kind of
outhouse and my hair was really, really long, and I got it caught in this
kind of weird pantsuit that I used to wear that was like a jumpsuit that had
two bands across the chest. It was cut
really low so in the front it looked like a huge cutout of a diamond shape.
And I couldn’t get — my hair was caught in the back in the zipper. They were
playing “A Cowboy’s Work Is Never Done.” And people were coming into the
outhouse to help me. It looked like a cartoon where people were coming in, no
one was coming out… and finally Sonny came in. I cut my hair to the waist,
because I thought I’m never doing this again. Another time was when I found
Mr. Big in Detroit on the “Believe” tour. He was this little Kitty only 3
weeks old and someone had thrown him in the parking lot in Detroit under one
of our trucks. And he was really
sick. We took him, I took him on the road, and he was the road Kitty. Then
he went home with me.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Next one we have is — well, let’s see. This is one
that a lot of people have been asking, too, in our virtual auditorium, and
that is — what do you think of the political situation right now in the U.S.
with Gore, Bush, etc.?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Well, I think that anytime something happens in a democracy
that makes the process better, it’s a good thing. What I don’t like about
what happened is that on the night of the election, I don’t know if people
were watching, but I was definitely watching. I was in Nashville. And all of
a sudden, without anyone even saying anything, just on the TV, CNN, just no
one said anything, just the words “Bush wins presidency” started to flash on
the TV. Later I found out that Fox
News network was the one that proclaimed him the president, and that his
cousin is the head of Fox News network. So now it’s like he crowned himself
president. You know what I mean? Now, Al is having to prove — I
mean, he won the state of Florida. That’s why they gave him — you know,
it’s weird, they gave him Florida early in the night because as they do when
people are leaving the polls, they said, “who did you vote for?” Well, if all
those people who thought they had voted for him hadn’t voted for Buchanan by
accident, you know, he would have carried the state early. But then they took
it back. So I find it strange that Al won the popular vote and he’s ahead in
the electoral votes, and yet he’s
the one that’s having to prove that he’s the winner, instead of Bush having
to prove that he’s the winner.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: That’s been amazing to watch.

AOL LIVE: Cher: Of course, everybody knows my feelings about it. I just think
that Al is, by far, the better person and the better presidential candidate.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Our next member asks — are there five C.D.’s right
now that you could name that you’re listening to? Is there anything I guess
that’s in your collection that you’ve been attracted to lately? Or artists,
for that matter.

AOL LIVE: Cher: You know, I’ve been really hung on — this is going to so
make me seem crazy, but I’ve just been — I got somehow magically in my car
appeared a collection, I guess it must be Bruce Springsteen’s
greatest hits. And so I just drive down the highway and blare that, and
that’s what I’ve been into lately. That and I’ve been listening — I’ve been
listening to that and I’ve been listening to the demo C.D. of the “Son Of
Believe” thing, to learn it. Those are the ones that I’ve actually been
listening to. I’m kind of into the Eminem C.D., too.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: That’s definitely eclectic, then.

AOL LIVE: Cher: It is, isn’t it?

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Next one is from secret heart 777. They say Cher, if
you could pick your age, which one would you pick?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Oh, 40.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: 40?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Yeah. I loved being 40.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK.

AOL LIVE: Cher: And maybe 19. 40 and 19.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK.

AOL LIVE: Cher: And I would just alternate.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Next question — and we’re actually getting near the
very end here. So this will be our final question, and that is — do you have
any upcoming projects planned, besides the spring album?

AOL LIVE: Cher: Well, I’ve been working on this TV show. I produced this TV
show that I actually made the pilot to, and it’s called “Style Challenge.”
And I’ve been working on that very hard. I’ve been working on that and I’ve
been working on “The Enchanted Cottage” and I’ve been working on
“not.com.mercial” and “Son Of Believe.” So I’ve been pretty busy.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Definitely very busy. Well, do you have any closing
comments for us today?

AOL LIVE: Cher: I just think it’s very cool. I’m more and more into this. If
they ever get software that works so that you can talk into it, because I’m
dyslexic and I just can’t type. I can’t spell worth anything. So if they ever
get that, I would like to go online myself,
because it’s kind of fun. I hope that they come out that soon, because I
like these things. Actually, I went on my own, I went on Cher.com to just
talk to people, and they didn’t believe it was me. So it was just so
impossible trying to — I was trying to come up with things that no one would
know, you know, to make people believe it was me. It pissed me off so much
that night, that nobody would believe it was me. And then we worked out a way
that people would believe it was me. But I can’t type, so they’ve got to come
up with the software right away.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: OK. Yeah, I know we do some stuff with Rosie O’Donnell
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” title=”facebook smileys emoticons“>smileys emoticons“>emoticons“>chat rooms and declare she’s there,
and nobody ever believes her.

AOL LIVE: Cher: It was so exaspirating. I wanted to talk to everybody so
badly, and they were dising me so awfully. It was terrible.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Well, maybe next time if they see you, they’ll believe
you. Well, AOL Live would like to thank superstar Cher for joining us for a
chat tonight with AOL members. For more information check out www.Cher.com.
Thanks again, Cher. We appreciate it.

AOL LIVE: Cher: OK. Bye-bye.

AOL LIVE: Drew Marko: Take care.

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3 Responses to AOL Chat 2000

  1. t.j

    well wat can i say,babe??ur gr8!!
    luv ya babe!!
    goooo cher!!

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  2. lilcher

    she is a wonderful woman i wish i could meet her but i dont she would like 2 meet acrazy 12 yr old like me i wish she would answer this 1 question it would sound like ths
    hey Cher my name is Rita and i love u so very much and im only 12 yrs old i want 2 meet u so bad ,do ever think we’ll meet?

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  3. WOW

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