After an opening number featuring women from history (all wearing Bob Mackie fashions), Cher finds herself lost in an abandoned building's atrium. With the help of a mystical sign painter (Elliott Gould) she visits several rooms in the building, where her alter ego encounters Shelley Winters selling tragic stories, a skate maker who lures her with magical red skates, and rooms where Cher performs various musical numbers. Lastly, she encounters a cleaning lady (Lucille Ball) who may be able to show her the way out - with the help of some magic from "Cinderella."
Did You Know?
Lucille Ball is a character in the new musical about Cher's life called "The Cher Show" - at least in the Chicago pre-Broadway try-out. Cher seeks advice from Lucy when wondering whether to leave Sonny, feeling America might disapprove. Lucy faced a similar quandary when divorcing Desi Arnaz. The story of their meeting is based on tabloid magazine reports and may be apocryphal. See more
[as the Cleaning Lady
By the way don't bother catching a lizard because you don't need a footman these days. It's gauche. Very gauche.
I wish I was the crying type. I'd be a lot happier right now.
Ain't Nobody's Business
Written by Porter Grainger
and Everett Robbins
Sung by Cher See more