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Cher’s most memorable moments: On stage, on screen and beyond

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  • Cher’s most iconic moments.
  • At 77 she still has us talking.
  • We look at her incredible career.

Cher’s career is a testament to her exceptional versatility and resilience.

From television to music, Cher has continually evolved and adapted, ensuring her place as an enduring figure in entertainment.

Each of these moments not only highlights her talents but also her ability to influence and reshape the entertainment landscape.

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Cher’s debut on the Sonny and Cher show

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Cher first captured America’s heart with her debut on The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour in 1971.

Alongside her then-husband Sonny Bono, Cher entertained millions with a blend of comedy, music and an undeniable on-screen chemistry that made the show a hit.

Their charismatic performances and engaging banter brought a fresh energy to television, marking the beginning of Cher’s long-standing impact on pop culture.

This show not only launched her career but also set the stage for her to become an icon in both music and television.

Cher won an Oscar for Moonstruck

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In 1987, Cher took home the Academy Award for best actress for her role in the film Moonstruck.

Her portrayal of Loretta Castorini, a widowed bookkeeper who falls in love with her fiancé’s brother, won over both critics and audiences, showcasing her versatility and depth as an actress.

This win was a significant moment in her career, cementing her status as a talented actress capable of crossing from music into serious dramatic roles.

The Oscar victory was pivotal, proving that Cher could dominate the film industry just as she had the music charts.

The ‘Believe’ phenomenon

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Cher’s iconic moments in 1988 included the release of the single ‘Believe,’ which became a massive global hit and an anthem for the ages.

The song is notable not only for its catchy tune but also for its pioneering use of Auto-Tune, which created a distinctive vocal effect and set a trend in music production.

‘Believe’ reached number one in over 20 countries and won a Grammy Award for best dance recording.

This track solidified Cher’s place in the dance music genre and demonstrated her ability to stay relevant in the changing music landscape.

Cher’s iconic moments: Her farewell tour

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Cher announced her Farewell Tour in 2002, which was originally intended to be her goodbye to live performances.

However, the tour extended multiple times, spanning three years and becoming one of the highest-grossing tours ever for a female artist.

Her ability to draw large crowds and deliver spectacular performances proved that her appeal transcends generations.

The tour’s extension was a testament to her enduring popularity and the demand from fans who were not ready to let her go.

Cher’s impactful presence on Twitter

Cher has also made a name for herself as a fearless and outspoken presence on social media, particularly X.

With her candid and often humorous tweets, she engages with a wide range of topics from politics to personal insights, connecting with fans in a direct and personal way.

Her X account has become a platform for advocacy, where she voices her opinions on significant social and political issues.

This engagement has not only broadened her influence but also highlighted her role as an activist, using her celebrity to effect change.

A return to the big screen with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

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In 2018, Cher returned to the big screen in the musical sequel «Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,» playing the role of Ruby Sheridan, the glamorous mother of Meryl Streep’s character.

Her performance, coupled with her powerful rendition of ABBA’s ‘Fernando,’ was a highlight of the film and reminded audiences of her dynamic presence as an actress.

This role not only brought her back into the cinematic spotlight but also introduced her to a new generation of filmgoers, reinforcing her status as a multi-talented and enduring entertainer.

Cher’s participation in this blockbuster hit underscored her ability to continually reinvent herself and stay relevant in popular culture.

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