It’s not just any woman’s world, but Cher’s to be exact. The 67-year-old appeared on the season finale of The Voice to perform her new single “Woman’s World.” It marked the first time since 2003 since the iconic singer sang “live” on television.
In her signature unique sense of style, Cher showed up with a mullet faux-hawk Tina Turner-looking wig (circa Private Dancer era) on her head. It was a tad mesmerizing even if it was a fashion no-no. Here’s what she told US Weekly about her hairstyle.
“It just is what it is, I don’t know! I’m at kind of a Luxe Punk thing right now . . . hair and makeup and clothes are expressions of who you are and it’s fun to do. And it doesn’t mean anything really, it’s pretty superficial but it’s fun, you know?” – Cher
“Woman’s World” is off her upcoming album, which is set to be released later this year. Her last full-length studio album, Living Proof, was released back in 2001. Check out her comeback performance below.
Cher “Woman’s World’ The Voice Performance
What do you think of the track and Cher’s return to music? Long overdue or unnecessary? Do you think the rightful singer won The Voice Season 4? Personally, I was rooting for Michelle Chamuel, but Danielle Bradbury is a much better choice than the Swon Brothers. Sound off below.