Speaking of plastic Cher all polished and waxed like an antique Oldsmobile splits her time offering sage advice and sarcasm." Christina, who is wearing ripped jeans and a white oxford shirt unbuttoned dangerously low, just smiles."Actually, it's a lipstick-on-teeth alert. Christina puts her index finger in her mouth, twists it coyly, and purses her bright red lips. "It's a small moment, but a perfect example of the chemistry between these four musicians turned reality-television superstars who so often refer to each other as "family." They tumble into the homes of 11 million people two nights a week: three roughhousing alpha males, constantly taking good-natured digs at each other, and Christina, their breezy, wisecracking sister.There are a few appreciative hoots from the men in the audience. "I know these guys so well, they really are like my brothers, no joke," she says.Hired by Tess as a waitress at the Lounge, Ali escapes a hollow past and quickly falls in love with the art of burlesque.Backed by newfound friends amongst the theater's crew, she manages to fulfill her dreams of being on stage herself.In addition she does a couple of tunes with her signature howl wrapped as always in distracting outfit and opulent stagecraft to soften its blow.There's some male characters whose purpose it seems is to stand around with expressions of awe for the divas and of course the serious pyrotechnics surrounding the noir dance numbers that attempts to put some make-up on this pig but in the end it is all forced Fosse.It's not actually video, just Franco singing Cher's song wildly off-key, laughing to himself and being encouraged by other people in the room.It's hilarious and energetic and well worth a listen, though if we're being honest, probably not what you wanted taking up precious time at the Oscars.Really, the odds that he was ever actually going to perform it are pretty low too.Harry Potter walked away with a second number one weekend, sailing well past the 0 million mark and giving Disney's lastest animated release a run for its money.