Cher Plans to Release Tell-All Memoir After Initial Hesitation

Cher, the iconic singer and actress, revealed during an appearance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon that she is finally ready to release her tell-all memoir. The book, which she had been working on in collaboration with Judy Craymer and Gary Goetzman, had faced delays as Cher admitted to “totally chickening out” in her initial attempt.

While promoting her holiday album, Christmas, Cher shared with Jimmy Fallon that her first draft of the memoir lacked the full honesty and openness she intended. She acknowledged leaving out certain uncomfortable details that she now recognizes should be included. Cher expressed a commitment to revisiting the memoir and ensuring that it becomes a comprehensive account of her life.

During the interview, Cher emphasized the need to include all aspects of her life, stating, “I’ve lived too long and done too much, and so it’s like it should be the encyclopedia.” Although the book currently lacks a formal release date or title, fans can anticipate insights into Cher’s relationships, including her late husband Sonny, experiences in motherhood, and her extensive entertainment career.

Cher’s memoir is highly anticipated given her multi-decade career and influence on the entertainment industry.