Home Entertainment Cyndi Lauper, 70, and Sharon Osbourne, 71, share a sweet hug at the Los Angeles screening of the singer’s documentary Let The Canary Sing.

Cyndi Lauper, 70, and Sharon Osbourne, 71, share a sweet hug at the Los Angeles screening of the singer’s documentary Let The Canary Sing.

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Cyndi Lauper, 70, and Sharon Osbourne, 71, shared a sweet hug at the Los Angeles screening of Cyndi's documentary Let The Canary Sing on Tuesday.

Cyndi Lauper and Sharon Osbourne shared a sweet hug at the Los Angeles screening of Cyndi’s documentary Let The Canary Sing on Tuesday.

The Time After Time hitmaker, 70, looked radiant in a striking canary yellow double-breasted suit.

Cyndi, who made an appearance at her Hand and Footprint Ceremony earlier in the day, was accompanied by her old friend Sharon, 71.

Sharon wore a loose-fitting outfit consisting of a half-sleeved shirt, a black sweater, and black pants.

The music manager, who hosts The Osbournes Podcast with her family, smiled as she hugged her friend at the event.

Cyndi Lauper, 70, and Sharon Osbourne, 71, shared a sweet hug at the Los Angeles screening of Cyndi’s documentary Let The Canary Sing on Tuesday.

The Time After Time hitmaker looked radiant in a striking canary yellow double-breasted suit.

The Time After Time hitmaker looked radiant in a striking canary yellow double-breasted suit.

Cyndi, who made an appearance at her Hand and Footprint Ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood earlier in the day, was accompanied by Sharon, 71.

Cyndi, who made an appearance at her Hand and Footprint Ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood earlier in the day, was accompanied by Sharon, 71.

Cyndi and Sharon have been friends for years. The singer previously defended Sharon after her defense of Piers Morgan sparked reports of racist behaviour.

In 2021, Cyndi took to Instagram for a public show of support in the wake of the storm surrounding Sharon, stating, “I wanted to come out publicly to support my friend.”

Cyndi’s film Let The Canary Sing, directed by Alison Ellwood, officially premiered on Paramount+ on Tuesday.

The premise is: “The journey of Cyndi Lauper, a unique artist, iconic performer and pioneering activist,” according to a Official synopsis from IMDB.

‘Over the years I was asked to make a documentary about my life and work, but it never felt like the right time. Until now,” Lauper said, according to Deadline.

“When I met Alison Ellwood, I knew immediately that I could trust her to tell my story honestly, which was incredibly important to me, and she succeeded.”

The Girls Just Want To Have Fun hitmaker added: “I’d like to thank Alison, the producers and all the amazing participants in the documentary who agreed to be interviewed.”

Regarding what led her to make a documentary, Lauper spoke with humor The Hollywood Reporter last year in 2023, ‘My agent, my manager, my lawyer’.

It was a perfect vehicle, that’s all. I just think a documentary sometimes helps show people how to do it, because everyone starts with someone saying, “Why are you going to do that? Don’t do that. Get a real job.”

‘Or maybe they don’t say that anymore. I don’t know. Maybe parents don’t say that. But it’s so amazing when you get to a point in your life where, when you go to the family reunion and everyone questions you…’

The music manager, who hosts The Osbournes Podcast with her family, smiled as she hugged her friend at the event.

The music manager, who hosts The Osbournes Podcast with her family, smiled as she hugged her friend at the event.

Cyndi was supported by her sister, Elen, who sported a blue button-down shirt, as well as a tan jacket and matching pants.

Cyndi was supported by her sister, Elen, who sported a blue button-down shirt, as well as a tan jacket and matching pants.

Other celebrities appeared at the screening, including Emily Deschanel, who wowed in a blue-print short-sleeved dress.

During a photo shoot, Emily crossed paths with Cyndi and the couple stopped for a memorable photo.

Other celebrities appeared at the screening, including Emily Deschanel, who wowed in a blue-print short-sleeved dress.

Cyndi was supported by her sister, Elen, who sported a blue button-down shirt as well as a tan jacket and matching pants.

He continued: “And in the end, they want to know what you’re doing and you try to explain to them, and they always say, ‘Well, good luck with your job.’

“So instead of getting discouraged, it’s nice to learn about someone else and see how they made their good and bad moves.”

Cyndi added, “You eventually get to where you’re supposed to be and certain people come into your life that change it and help you in ways you didn’t think they could.”

Other celebrities appeared at the screening, including Emily Deschanel, who wowed in a blue-print short-sleeved dress.

Margaret Cho donned a red and white printed dress with a tiered skirt and opted for a pair of open-toe nude wedges.

The comedian paired the outfit with a cropped dark gray jacket and was seen gently holding an adorable puppy in her arms.

She also joined Emily and Cyndi to take photos together on the red carpet before the screening began.

Also on Tuesday, Cyndi made a historic appearance at the Hand and Footprint Ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood.

She dressed in an all-black ensemble while taking part in the special event and received touching tributes from fellow music artists Cher and Bebe Rexha.

Margaret Cho donned a red and white printed dress with a tiered skirt and opted for a pair of open-toe nude wedges.

Margaret Cho donned a red and white printed dress with a tiered skirt and opted for a pair of open-toe nude wedges.

She also joined Emily and Cyndi to take photos together on the red carpet before the screening began.

She also joined Emily and Cyndi to take photos together on the red carpet before the screening began.

Let The Canary Sing, directed by Alison Ellwood, officially premiered on Paramount+ on Tuesday.

Let The Canary Sing, directed by Alison Ellwood, officially premiered on Paramount+ on Tuesday.

The premise is: 'The journey of Cyndi Lauper, a unique artist, iconic performer, and pioneering activist,' according to an official IMDB synopsis.

The premise is: ‘The journey of Cyndi Lauper, a unique artist, iconic performer, and pioneering activist,’ according to an official IMDB synopsis.

'Over the years I was asked to make a documentary about my life and work, but it never felt like the right time. Until now,' Lauper said, according to Deadline.

‘Over the years I was asked to make a documentary about my life and work, but it never felt like the right time. Until now,’ Lauper said, according to Deadline.

On Monday, Cyndi also announced her final tour, which is called Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour.

The tour includes 23 dates and will begin later this year on October 18 in Montreal and end on December 5 in Chicago.

during an interview AP At the ceremony, Cyndi spoke about the decision to go on one final tour.

‘Because this is the strongest I am, and in five years I don’t know where I will be. I still do yoga… and you know, I exercise, I do yoga, I do (physical therapy), I do vocal exercises.’

‘But, you know, I’m also working on theater things, like Broadway shows. And that requires a lot,’ explained the singer.

‘So, I guess I won’t wait. I’ll do it now, because now is a good time and I’ll celebrate with everyone one last time on a stadium tour that I haven’t done alone… since the ’80s.’

While the current tour dates are in North America, Cyndi expressed, “My fans have been all over the world.” You know, it takes a lot. But this will be all.’

‘I’ll go everywhere, I’ll go to North America, I’ll do Europe, I’ll do Asia, I’ll do Australia and then South America. So, I’ll try to take the hemispheres there and say goodbye and thank you.’

Also on Tuesday, Cyndi made a historic appearance at the Hand and Footprint Ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, where she received tributes from Bebe Rhexa and Cher.

Also on Tuesday, Cyndi made a historic appearance at the Hand and Footprint Ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, where she received tributes from Bebe Rhexa and Cher.

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