I can get pretty wrapped up in the dramatic hysteria.”“[My sons] are both very talented, both very artistic, and they are good children. You’re not going to church to find these people.”“[Sonny] hurt me in so many ways, but there was something. Sonny was a great parent for a young child—even like 12, 13. He was the nicest person, even when he was doing drugs.This in turn led to the launch of their own variety program in 1971, the Emmy-nominated But behind-the-scene tensions were high, and Cher would later describe Sonny as being a rigid, controlling entity when it came to business.The couple divorced the following year, and Cher had her own Emmy-nominated self-titled TV show which ran from 1975-76.She had left Sonny Bono just a year before, in 1974, charging involuntary servitude, and had walked away from CBS’ hit .The ink on the two singers’ acrimonious lawsuits (which included a custody battle over daughter Chastity) was still wet.
The TV audience, by then perhaps totally confused, tuned out; , recorded under the name ”Allman and Woman” in 1977.
When she called him to say it was over, she later said, ”He was so high he didn’t even understand me,” according to J.
Randy Taraborrelli’s bio , which proved too weird even for Allman.
Cher had established a solo career of her own as well, having chart-toppers like "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves," "Half-Breed" and "Dark Lady." She then pursued acting in the 1980s, starring in films like The international star known as Cher was born Cherilyn Sarkisian on May 20, 1946, in El Centro, California.
She was raised by her mother Georgia, a model and actress, and grew up in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles County with younger half-sister Georganne.