Cher Will Bless The World With An ABBA Cover Album

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But the film writers' idea of making the movie a sequel and prequel at the same time helped change their minds, he said. Here We Go Again puts down his teacup, scrolls through the photographs on his phone and hands it over.

According to The Richest, Cher's net worth is approximately $305 million.

With only a four year age difference Cher says that Meryl thinks it was hysterical and that they laughed about it a lot.

Here We Go Again hitting theaters in a few short days, and Cher revealing she recorded a whole album of ABBA covers, Mamma Mia insanity is at a fever pitch.

Hollywood veteran Meryl Streep and singer-actress Cher locked lips at the premiere of their forthcoming film Mamma Mia!

It's the album we didn't know we needed.until now. With so many projects, we wouldn't be surprised if that $305 million swells even larger in the near future.

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Cher also lends her voice to an ensemble rendition of Super Trouper near the end of the film.

Cher plays Ruby Sheridan, the mother of the first film's protagonist Donna (Meryl Streep).

"Mamma Mia!" the musical originated more than 20 years ago and has gone on to have productions around the world with generations of fans still singing and dancing to ABBA songs some 40 years after their release. It was great fun, and I love her [Meryl], so it was ideal. We get the part of the story previously only detailed in a journal, of young hippie Donna (Lily James) and her three wayward lovers.

Speaking about the album, she teased: "It's not what you think of when you think ABBA, 'cause I did it in a different way".

The band said: "We all felt that, after some 35 years, it could be fun to join forces again and go into the recording studio".