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Cyndi Lauper arrives at the 56th annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Sunday, Jan. 26.




Cyndi Lauper's joining Cher for Lincoln show

Cyndi Lauper has been added as special guest of Cher's upcoming Lincoln performance.

Lauper and Oscar, Emmy and Grammy-winner Cher will perform at Lincoln's Pinnacle Bank Arena on May 30 as part of the “Dressed to Kill” tour.

The mononymous singer will give away a free copy of her new album, “Closer to the Truth,” with online ticket purchases. You can buy tickets here.

Cher reached prominence in 1965 with her then-husband as part of the musical duo Sonny & Cher, and she went on to be a movie star, winning the best actress Oscar for 1987's “Moonstruck.” Her music career continued beyond Sonny & Cher's “I Got You Babe” with solo hits such as “I Found Someone,” “If I Could Turn Back Time” and “Believe.”

Her 2002 farewell tour ended up being a 325-date event that grossed $145 million over three years and didn't end up being a farewell at all. Cher has since performed in Las Vegas, and the “Dressed to Kill” tour will begin in Phoenix on March 22.


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