Cher has only one qualm about former husband Sonny Bono's new career as a U.S. congressman: He's a Republican.
"Would've felt better if he'd been a Democrat," Cher told the New York Post. "He was always in love with the idea of doing things through the system. . . . I just don't get him becoming a Republican."Bono wanted to be a senator after his stint as mayor of Palm Springs, Calif., but settled for the House.
The restaurateur still is best known as the less-tuneful half of the 1960s partnership with Cher. They were divorced in 1974.