Cher to release album of Abba covers after 'Mamma Mia!'

Cher to release album of Abba covers after 'Mamma Mia!'

Cher to release album of Abba covers after 'Mamma Mia!'

Celebrating the premiere of their film Mamma Mia!

The number itself is staggering, but it's not hard to see how she earned it. Cher has been working diligently in the spotlight since her teens.

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"I watched Mamma Mia over and over again to channel the essence of what makes Donna so unique and brilliant and fearless and courageous", the actress explained, admitting she tried to "mimic" some of Streep's "physicality", including her hand gestures.

It's the album we didn't know we needed.until now.

Cher to release album of Abba covers after 'Mamma Mia!'

Meryl Streep and Cher, two icons, came together for an iconic moment in time when they kissed on the red carpet this week.

While ABBA hits like "Take a Chance on Me" and "Dancing Queen" have previously been covered by Erasure, by A-Teens and on "Glee", Cher said her renditions would break away a bit from the tried-and-true, 1970s Europop sound.

The new film is a prequel to the original and pivots on daughter Sophie, played by Seyfried, who returns to the Greek island of the original, where her mother Donna runs a hotel, to announce that she's pregnant.

"I think people are going to be transported to this handsome Greek island with all these beloved characters and all these fabulous songs". The veteran singer went on to say that it had been "beyond fun" filming the movie, adding that she had never been in a film with less tension.

She told the Today Show in the US. She's also discovered that she's pregnant. Mia character Donna, who displays "a ballsyness and scattiness" in the beloved franchise.

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