LOS ANGELES, CA — Fans of Sonny & Cher, get ready for a reunion that’s truly out of this world! Cher, the Goddess of Pop, stunned the world today with a revelation that’s colder than a Hollywood ‘no’: She’s resurrected her late ex-husband and former singing partner, Sonny Bono, from his cryogenically frozen state.
Even more astounding, the duo has announced plans for a celestial comeback concert—on the International Space Station. Forget Glastonbury or Coachella—this gig is literally astronomical!
“After we parted ways, I thought, ‘I Got You Babe,’ was the last we’d ever sing together,” confessed Cher during a press conference held in her mansion, which had been temporarily transformed into a makeshift cryogenics lab. “But when I said Sonny and I would be back together over my dead body, I didn’t consider his frozen one.”
Bono, reportedly well-preserved and adapting rapidly to the smartphone era, made a statement that came as music to the fans’ ears: “The beat goes on, even after deep freeze. And where better to make a cool comeback than space?”
NASA, ever the opportunist when it comes to public relations, seized the chance for a celestial coup. The space agency confirmed the wild rumor, “Sure, we’ve had science experiments and space walks before, but a pop concert is definitely a first. We’re anticipating great vibes…and hopefully no floating mic incidents.”
The ISS crew is equally excited and bemused. “When I trained as an astronaut, I didn’t expect to double as a concert security guard for pop icons,” remarked Commander Star Struck. “I’m preparing myself for a gravity-free rendition of ‘I Got You Babe’.”
As the countdown to the starry concert begins, fans are over the moon. Avid Cher-ite, Bella Donna, gushed, “Cher singing ‘Turn Back Time’ while orbiting Earth? This is truly the stuff of dreams!”
While skeptics question the feasibility of such a gig, fans of Sonny & Cher remain unfazed. After all, when it comes to Cher, they’ve learned to “Believe” in the impossible. As we await the day of the concert with bated breath, one thing’s for sure: This is one ‘space jam’ we won’t forget.