If you can hear a gay screaming, it’s probably because of Cher’s latest tweet.
The American icon recently released an ABBA tribute album (Dancing Queen), which received universal acclaim from fans and critics and became her highest debut sales week for an album in the United States.
It contained covers of classic ABBA hits such as Dancing Queen, Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight), The Name of the Game, SOS, Waterloo and The Winner Takes It All.
The album coincided with her starring role in the highly-successful Mamma Mia! sequel, which grossed nearly $400 million worldwide.
Now, the pop queen has teased the release of another album of ABBA covers, with a tweet of her dream tracklist.
The songs she wants to include are as follows: Take a Chance On Me, Super Trooper, Money Money Money, I Do I Do I Do, Honey Honey, I Have a Dream, Voulez-Vous, Does Your Mother Know and Rock Me.”
Cher left a few question mark and exclamation mark emojis at the end of the tweet, which has led to fans harassing her over Twitter to release more material, including Andy Cohen and Nancy Sinatra.
Please do this
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) November 20, 2018
— Nancy Sinatra (@NancySinatra) November 20, 2018
We gave Dancing Queen four stars in our review, and called it “an instant gay classic, plenty of fun and poignant too, that adds an extra layer of gloss to both Cher’s legacy and ABBA’s”.