67 Year Old Cher Stuns in Risque Concert Outfits
MailOnline reports, “She is one of pop music’s ultimate showgirls.
And, to prove it, 67 year-old Cher took to the stage in Boston, Massachusetts, on Thursday in a variety of dramatic costumes which left fans stunned.
The ever-youthful singer endured six costume changes during the aptly-named Dressed To Kill tour, including a diamond-encrusted fringed dress with nipple pasties.
(Heart-stopping: Cher performs in concert at TD Garden on April 9, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts)
Completing the look with a platinum blonde wig and fishnet stockings, the hit-maker – whose anthems include Believe, Turn Back Time and I Got You Babe – cut a fabulous figure.
Clearly appealing in part to her gay audience, Cher ensured her latest stage show was both camp and cool.
One outfit saw her dressed like Cleopatra, complete with feathered head-dress, while another saw her sport a native Indian costume.
(Endured: The legendary performer had her fans rocking and rolling as she put on a great show.)
Delighting fans further, she even wore her iconic ensemble from the 1989 If I Could Turn Back Time video, which saw her sport a sheer, full–length body stocking with a diamond-encrusted finish, leather biker jacket, thong and knee-high boots.
Impressively, she looked hardly any different to when she debuted the look more than 25 years ago when she filmed the famous video on board the battleship USS Missouri.
(Clearly appealing in part to her gay audience, Cher ensured her latest stage show was both camp and cool)
(She found a way to turn back time! The pensioner looked no different to her 1980s hey-day)
She later changed into a flattering black wig, complete with a corset and pink satin-lined jacket, before transforming into a stunning incarnation of Beyonce Knowles, in which she wore a blonde wig.
The spectacle is part of a major tour of America and Canada, which will see her on the road until November.
Fortunately, the range of looks will at least quell rumours about her identity as a woman. In December, last year, a book claimed that Cher once had to reassure fans that she was not born male because of her deep voice.
The singer hired a secretary to write letters to anyone who inquired about her gender in a bid to quash rumours that were circulating. One stark response to a fan in 1965 read: ‘Cher, we assure you, is a girl.’”
(She later changed into a flattering black wig, complete with a corset and pink satin-lined jacket, before transforming into a stunning incarnation of Beyonce Knowles)