6 movies that desperately need a Cher cover album
Cher's shimmery-as-a-disco-ball turn in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again inspired her new record of ABBA covers, Dancing Queen. EW has suggestions for future albums based on her film oeuvre (ranked by likelihood of them happening).
The Witches of Eastwick, 1987
Given her role as a sorceress alongside Michelle Pfeiffer and Susan Sarandon, a Stevie Nicks cover album seems most appropriate.
Remember when Nicolas Cage took Cher to the opera? Remember when Cher recorded the soundtrack to La Bohéme and made EW's dreams come true?
It's true that this dramedy about a single mom doesn't actually feature a sea creature, but we have an out-of-the-box idea: The Shape of Water concept album.
Stuck on You (2003)
Cher cameoed in this comedy flop about conjoined twins, and her penance should be a sibling album featuring covers of Nelson and 98 Degrees.
Four words: Christina Aguilera. Covers. Album. You know you wanna hear Cher do "Dirrty."
She may have been part of this family film, but Cher's catalog still needs the Kidz Bop treatment. It's never too early to learn the importance of Cher-ing.