Mamma Mia! Cher is releasing an entire album of ABBA covers

Meryl Streep and Cher kiss on the red carpet at the premiere of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again – view pic

Meryl Streep and Cher among stars at premiere of Mamma Mia sequel

"Here We Go Again".

We can't wait to hear what other songs she'll be covering!

The original "Mamma Mia!" stage musical and then film weaves together Abba songs to tell the story of Sophie, who plans her wedding on a Greek island alongside her free-spirited mother, Donna, and sets out to identify who her father is, with comic results.

The three-time Academy Award-winning actress and the veteran singer have earlier worked together on 1983's "Silkwood" and are reuniting on-screen in the upcoming musical film.

With only a four year age difference Cher says that Meryl thinks it was hysterical and that they laughed about it a lot.

"It's not what you would think of when you think of ABBA, 'cause I did it in a different way". The movie, starring Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan, Stellan Skarsgård, and Colin Firth wasn't a hit with critics, with a 54% on Rotten Tomatoes. They quote the Hollywood Reporter reviewer as saying the film was the "cinematic equivalent of a B-side" with less known ABBA songs featured.

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The sequel's cast additions include Lily James, who plays the younger Donna, and Cher, who portrays Donna's mother.

The release of Mamma Mia!

Yes, we know Donna eventually courted two other men, but Sam was the first, and since Donna-spoiler alert-ends up marrying him, let's stick with July 17. They also shared something else: a friendly, delightful kiss.

"It was a great moment, because she's just a great lady".

"The first one was a good film, we were all happy about that", he said, adding that the studio had long pushed for another film to be made.

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