Cher and Dolly Parton perform at the star-studded benefit concert Home For The Holidays, hosted by Cyndi Lauper
Cher and Dolly Parton perform at Cyndi Lauper’s Home for the Holidays benefit concert.
The Girls Just Want To Have Fun hitmaker has announced the star-studded lineup for its 10th annual Cyndi Lauper & Friends performance.
The event will raise money for True Colors United, the non-profit organization the singer founded in 2008 that addresses the issue of youth homelessness in the US, particularly the LGBTQ+ community.
Showing out: Cher, Dolly Parton and others perform at the 10th annual Home For The Holidays concert hosted by Cyndi Lauper
The event will be streamed live on TikTok on December 11 and on YouTube and Facebook on December 13.
Billy Porter, Kim Petras, Phoebe Bridgers and the cast of Broadway’s Kinky Boots also perform.
Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, Henry Rollins and Whoopi Goldberg will make guest appearances.
Charity: Proceeds from the concert will benefit True Colors United, which aims to help youth homelessness, with a focus on the LGBTQ+ community
Big names: In addition to Dolly Parton, stars like Billie Eilish, Henry Rollins and Snoop Dogg will make their appearance; Parton is seen in 2016
The True Colors hitmaker announced this on Instagram with a post detailing the artists who will be performing at the streamed concert.
The caption read: “I am so honored and delighted to announce the lineup for the 10th Annual Cyndi Lauper & Friends “Home for the Holidays” Concert. See you there!’
Meanwhile, Cyndi revealed in a recent interview that she once turned down the opportunity to produce the late soul and jazz legend Etta James because she feared she would “ruined her career.”
Headline: Cher will perform during the concert of December 11 and 13; she can be seen in 2019
She recalled, “There was one time when Etta James came up to me and she wanted me to produce her. And I wanted it so badly, but because everyone told me all the time that I would ruin everything.
“I thought if I worked with her I would ruin her career and I didn’t want to ruin her.”
She added: “I never persevered because I thought I would be everyone’s downfall. And so, I’m sorry now, but it happened.’
Long underway: Lauper is seen with A$AP Rocky at the concert’s 8th iteration in 2018