I'm sure most of you will remember that Cher initially planned her new tour tour to start in September 2012 – yes, this month. Unfortunately, a foot injury - perhaps amongst other things – led her to postpone the tour's debut until who-knows-when.
Now, the pop icon has explained that yes, the tour will go ahead, but that it is anything other than a simple process. On Twitter, she wrote, “Yes [I will tour again] but it's not easy! Months of planning, hundreds of people, endless rehearsals! Fittings, wigs, a city on the move...”.
Later on, the Goddess of Pop commented on what is making her excited, although the comment may have to be analysed to be fully understood exactly what she was talking about; she tweeted, “You know what makes me do the Snoopy dance? New songs! 'You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me' – both versions! Two songs from new CD, 'Welcome To Burlesque' with amazing special effects!”.
It could be perceived – and it currently is being so for this article – that she is excited about “new songs” from her upcoming album along with the two versions of 'You Haven't Seen The Last Of me' which we already know will be included on the album too, whilst the rest of the tweet's content is about her tour – as it was all in the same sentence and the 'Welcome To Burlesque' “special effects” comment seems to be about the tour.
Therefore, it would mean that along with her performance of 'Welcome To Burlesque', Cher is also excited about performing “two songs from” her “new CD” on the tour. Now, if she did mean that, then that is information that had not yet been revealed as it was previously unknown how many songs from her new album would be featured in her new tour's setlist.
Add that number to the fact that she previously stated that she will also perform 'You Haven't Seeen The Last Of Me' on the tour, which was a track previously on the 'Burlesque Soundtrack' album, but will also be present on her new album, that brings the total number of songs to three, of how many songs from her new album will be performed on the new tour.
So, are three songs enough for her to perform from her new album? Plus, Did you get a different meaning from her much-confusing tweet?