Pink & Cher Join Forces!

Pink has written two songs on the forthcoming Cher album ‘Closer To The Truth’.

Cher is looking to cross her number 1 dance hit, Woman’s World, over to the pop charts with the release of the official video for the song. Here is the official video which was released on Wednesday.

Cher’s new album, Closer to the Truth, will be released on September 24 and is her first since 2001′s Living Proof (not counting the soundtrack to Burlesque). Closer to the Truth offers a wide variety of guest work including a duet with Jake Shears and two songs written by P!nk. Missing from the track listing is The Greatest Thing, a duet that she recorded with Lady Gaga.







A deluxe edition of the album will add six more cuts including remixes and the original version of the Burlesque song You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me Yet.

The track list:
Woman’s World
Take It Like a Man (featuring Jake Shears)
My Love
Dressed to Kill
Red
Lovers Forever
I Walk Alone
Sirens
Favourite Scars
I Hope You Find It
Lie to Me
Additional tracks on Deluxe Edition:
I Don’t Have to Sleep to Dream
Pride
You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me (Original Version)
Woman’s World (R3hab Remix)
Woman’s World (Jodie Harsh Radio Remix)
Will You Wait For Me


Pink Halts Show To Comfort Young Crying Girl!

Yep… Pink stopped midway through Who Knew to soothe a young crying girl at her Philadelphia show. What a sweetheart…

Is everything okay right here? Is this little girl all right? Why is she crying? Why is she upset?’ asked the singer, after gesturing to her guitarist to stop the song.

‘Because there was a fight?’ she responded, as audience members explained. ‘You all are fighting around a little girl?’

As the crowd reacted to the explanation, the Philadelphia native softened a bit. ‘C’mon.all right, all right, I know, everyone’s about to fight. I know, I’m from here.’

She offered her young fan, who was dressed all in pink, a toy frog and Rice Krispie treat, with nearby audience members passing them back to the girl, who was still looking quite apprehensive.

‘You’re beautiful, don’t cry. Cry when you’re older,’ she quipped, before making a hugging gesture. ‘Thank you for coming.’

As she went to return to her song, which she started from the top, she gave the crowd her final thoughts on the matter.

‘Cut it out, y’all,’ she said. ‘We’re grown-ass women.’