This is Tennyson’s Twitter profile image and his bio there claims he’s a partner in a payment processing company. Do you think Angela’s boo deserves a second chance and the benefit of the doubt?
If it were you would you judge your man only on how he treats you and not his shady past?
But in the this-is-your-life scenes, she cut costs by hiring female impersonators to play her buddies Diana Ross and Bette Midler.
Yet oddest and most curious of all is that the liaison that may have brought the greatest solidity to her life is with, of all people, Gene Simmons, the four-years-younger, fire-breathing and blood-spitting bass guitarist for the kinky kindergarten rock group Kiss.
Like any other self-respecting Californian who’s been blackballed by the board of a Manhattan co-op and gone through at least six crises in public, it was memoirs time.
Only this tragicomic American folk figure wasn’t going to blow it in the usual book: Cher is baring her all in a glitzy cross-country cabaret tour.
“We ended up having a lot of fun together.” At the same time, the mercurial Cher declares: “I’d love to have another baby, though just one more. She busts me.” The kids get along well with Simmons, whom they call “Genie.” If Chas hadn’t asked for Mom to get Simmons’ autograph for her at a party, they would never have met.
I don’t know when I’m going to have time to do it, but then I didn’t have time for these two either.” Simmons adds: “We’ve talked about getting married, but all this is new to me. Now, says Cher, “Gene takes Chastity to the movies and they get in food fights. When he had time off and I wasn’t home, he came out to be with them.” Beams Cher: “It’s hard to find someone who likes your kids as much as you do—especially when they didn’t have anything to do with it.” For those men who did have something to do with it, Cher retains a special respect.