Cher to release album of Abba covers following Mamma Mia! role

Sergio Cunningham
July 18, 2018

Here We Go Again, let's take a look at what happened during the red carpet premiere.

Cher has been dropping hints about a new album coming out in September, and now that she is making the press rounds for her role in Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! she has dropped a big bombshell about what to expect from her upcoming release. It was great, and she was hiding watching me sing, and I was so excited.

As for the music, numerous ABBA standards are pulled from the original film to be revisited, like "Mamma Mia, ' 'I Have a Dream, ' and, of course, 'Dancing Queen.' Standouts though include the romanticized reinvention of 'Fernando" for Cher and the ruckus dance number for 'Waterloo, ' of which once you hear, you'll be singing all the way home.

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However, when all is said and done, Parker's film is hard-wired to entertain, with a comforting recipe of glossy song and dance numbers, saucy humour, simmering romance and Oscar victor Meryl Streep ripping the hearts out of chests as she mines the raw emotion of Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus's lyrics. Think you can tell your Carousels from your Chicagos? Indeed, much of the present day movie plot struggles to carry it's own without Meryl - until Cher arrives, that is. Cher performs Fernando in the film alongside Andy Garcia, who plays hotel manager Fernando Cienfuegos. At least, her husband, Thomas Sadoski, was not a fan - and he's an actor himself!

As she reunites with her fathers, Sophie asks them how they met her mother. The sequel to the 2008 smash "Mamma Mia!".

Lily James plays the younger version of her character, and gushed: "When I found out I would be part of the sequel, I was terrified and very excited".

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