The Evolution Of Sonny And Cher’s Relationship And Plenty Of Cher Facts

With a duo career in music and television spanning from the late 1960s into the mid-70s, Sonny Bono and Cher exploded in popularity for their fun-loving music and image of the perfect celebrity couple. However, behind the scenes, everything wasn’t as it seemed –although the public was convinced otherwise. Take a look to see what was actually going on in the former lovers’ relationship, what brought it to an end, and how it changed their lives afterward.

They Met In A Coffee Shop

In 1962, Sonny was 27 and Cher was just 16 when the two met in a Los Angeles coffee shop. Currently in the middle of a separation with his first wife, Donna Rankin, Sonny was working as a producer and promoter for the renowned Phil Spector.


Sonny and Cher at the Hilton in London

After meeting Cher, Sonny got her into contact with Spector and she went on to sing backup on a series of Spector-produced songs such as “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” by Righteous Brothers and “Be My Baby” by the Ronettes.

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