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Cyndi Lauper and Geoffrey Dicker
She’s so unusual. And she’s also very tired. I met Cyndi Lauper the other night at a fund raiser and in classic Cyndi Lauper accent, she told me how tired she was and that she never gets a day off. She wasn’t super keen on taking a photo with me but after signing a CD cover for me she added that I wouldn’t be able to prove that it’s real when I sell it without a photo. Wow, Cyndi! I can’t believe you think I’d sell your autograph. I will not! But for the future, anyone asking you to sign a blank 8×10 will. Thanks again Cyndi and I hope you get some rest.
Autograph courtesy of the G Archives.
Happy birthday to Cyndi Lauper! What are your favorite Cyndi songs? Mine are “She-Bop” and her cover of Prince’s “When You Were Mine.”
Also born today: Actress Meryl Streep, Singer/Actor Kris Kristofferson, author Dan Brown and director Billy Wilder.
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Since I don’t ever read the news, I might be scooping something that you’ve all known about for ages. If so, ignore this post and get on with your day. If not, enjoy an image of Lady Gaga and Cyndi Lauper’s newish MAC campaign (that donates money to AIDS research).
From Our Lips... Cyndi Lauper and Lady Gaga.
Once and for all, please honor the purpose of Mandela Day by doing random acts of kindness, no matter how small, as often as you can. Together, we can make the world a better place.
My series of photos from Mandela Day, a 46664 Celebration, that took place at Radio City Music Hall in NYC on July 18, 2009 has been almost as popular as the event itself. I am pleased to show you all some worldwide exclusive photos from the grand finale all star jam.
In this photo: Dave Stewart, Gloria Gaynor, Angelique Kidjo, Baaba Maal, Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Zucchero.
In this photo: Josh Groban, Susan Sarandon, Lil Kim, Cyndi Lauper, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin
The All Star Jam at Mandela Day, a 46664 Celebration
Happy Birthday Madiba!
The purpose of Mandela Day is to perform random acts of kindness, no matter how small, as often as possible.
On July 18, 2009 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, artists from all over the world came together to perform at Mandela Day, a 46664 celebration.
In one of the most random pairings in recent memory, Cyndi Lauper and Lil Kim performed Cyndi’s hit “Time After Time.”
All photos by G.
Lil Kim and Cyndi Lauper perform "Time After Time."