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CHER (Herself) is an internationally acclaimed recording star, live performer, TV star and Oscar-winning actress. Her latest musical venture is "Living Proof,” a collection of songs that reunites her with the team who produced her 1998 global chartbuster "Believe,” from the multi-platinum selling album of the same name. "Believe,” the single, holds the record as the biggest selling song in England by a female in the history of recorded music.

Cher's career began in the ‘60s, when she worked as a session singer. She recorded with producer Phil Spector as a backing vocalist, after becoming romantically attached to his studio assistant and PR man, Sonny Bono. After releasing two singles under the name Caesar & Cleo, the duo achieved international acclaim as Sonny & Cher. The pair racked an armful of pop hits during the period, including timeless classics "The Beat Goes On” and "I Got You Babe,” which became the theme to their hugely successful CBS television program "The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour.” The show was an instant smash, firmly establishing Cher as both a singing sensation and as a comedic actress.

Throughout this period, Cher also successfully pursued a solo recording career, scoring hits that include an earnest cover of the Byrds' "All I Really Want To Do,” the sultry "Bang Bang (Baby Shot Me Down),” "Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves,” "Half Breed,” and "Dark Lady.”

In 1981, Cher shifted her attention from music to another passion: acting. A leading role on Broadway in "Come Back To the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean” (1982) was followed by a critically praised turn in "Silkwood” (1983) that earned an Academy Award nomination. An acclaimed star turn in "Mask” (1985) followed by "The Witches of Eastwick” (1987) and "Suspect” (1987), brought Cher acclaim as one of this country's finest actresses.

However, Cher's love of music never waned. For "Moonstruck” (1987), she won an Oscar for Best Actress and celebrated that honor with another recording comeback – courtesy of the rock-etched album "Cher” and the top-ten single "I Found Someone.” In 1989, she enjoyed three more top-ten hits: the romantic power ballad "After All,” a duet with Peter Cetera; the rock-fueled "If I Could Turn Back Time,” which Cher sites as one of her "top-five favorite recordings;” and the clever, acoustic-framed "Just Like Jesse James.” Her April 1991 "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)” was the theme song to another screen appearance in "Mermaids.”

In 1995, in the company of Chrissie Hynde, Nenah Cherry and Eric Clapton, she topped the UK pop charts with the charity single, "Love Can Build a Bridge.” The history-making "Believe” followed in 1998, and in 1999 rose to the top of the Billboard "Hot 100.”

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