Cher, the iconic singer, dismissed notions of diva-like behavior, asserting that such antics are entirely foreign to her nature. Speaking to talk show host Graham Norton, she refuted any claims of being demanding or difficult to work with, stating that such behavior doesn't align with her personality.
"I'm the least diva-like person. That kind of behavior just doesn't resonate with me," Cher remarked during her interview. Despite currently promoting her festive album 'Christmas,' she admitted to not extensively listening to the record herself as she isn't a huge fan of her own music. However, she acknowledged the quality of the album, affirming that she picked songs she liked and that it turned out "good."
Explaining her approach to the Christmas album, Cher revealed that initially, she didn't intend to create one. However, upon agreeing to the project, she chose to record it in her own home, selecting songs she enjoyed.
Regarding her biopic, Cher shared the challenges she faces in casting someone to portray her in the film due to the extensive life and experiences she's had. She expressed her reluctance to have an imitation of herself in the film and revealed her intention to handle the music herself.
She also reminisced about finding fame in England alongside her late ex-husband, Sonny Bono, before achieving success in the United States. Cher fondly recalled the warm reception they received in England when they were initially gaining popularity, stating that being appreciated there felt like heaven. She humorously mentioned how their English fame led people in the US to believe they were English upon their return.
(With Agency Inputs)