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Cher and 50ish writer Ron Zimmerman (who happens to be a buddy of Howard Stern) have been hanging out for over two years and besides romantic issues, it turns out they’ve been collaborating for months on a writing project. And LOGO, the gay channel, is hot for it! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cher and Ron signed a development deal with the network to produce a pilot for a script set in early 1960’s Hollywood. The only catch is, it’s a drama, and we wish it were a comedy. No decisions have been made yet on whether Cher will have an on camera role, but the network loves their combined writing. LOGO will soon be featuring The Golden Girls reruns too.


Posted by Janet on January 6, 2013

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7 Comments so far

  1. By roger glover
    On January 6, 2013 at

    her VAGINA is still in the right place.
    ……..AND HE KNOWS IT, folks!!

  2. By Sabra
    On January 7, 2013 at

    Too bad Cher is such a vile, disgusting creature.

  3. By Kait
    On January 7, 2013 at

    Yay, Cher!!

  4. By mishmash
    On January 7, 2013 at

    I hope they are both happy. Do you refer to NBC and CBS as the heterosexual networks? Why is the label needed?

  5. By Christine India
    On January 7, 2013 at

    Since Cher is a living legend, it’s hard to say the following: Everything she sings sounds the same, with the deep voice too, such as “If I could turn back time”.

    I like Cher, but I think what she needs is a successful businessman who could take charge of her life., because she is always at loose ends with men, etc. How could anyone get romantic with Ron Zimmerman?

  6. By tagg2
    On January 8, 2013 at

    @ Saba…Too bad your such a vile and disgusting creature too!

  7. By writerebecca
    On January 12, 2013 at

    I love Cher! She’s a great actress and entertainer and I look forward to a writing project with which she would be involved.


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