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Cher to perform on finale of 'The Voice'

CherNBC’s ‘The Voice’ will be turning back time and bringing Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Golden Globe winning artist Cher on stage for a live performance. Cher will grace the stage on the June 18th season finale of the live singing competition, and will perform the first single off of her new album, “Woman’s World”.

This appearance will mark the very first live singing performance from Cher in more than a decade. Her new album is also the first she has released in 12 years, making its debut on September 24th. Cher is undoubtedly one of the most accomplished artists and entertaining performers of her time, and it will be great to see her come back and do what she does best. Cher is one of the only individuals who can boast having won an Oscar (Moonstruck), an Emmy (Cher: The Farewell Tour), a Grammy (Believe) and three Golden Globes (The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour, Silkwood, Moonstruck) throughout her long and successful career.

This is not the first time that ‘The Voice’ has brought on a mega-singing star to highlight their season finale episode, with previous finales boasting performances from Kelly Clarkson, Bruno Mars and Rihanna.

Will you be tuning in to the season finale of ‘The Voice’ to watch Cher perform? Who do you think should be crowned the winner of this season?


Details
Person:
- Cher
Show:
- The Voice (US)
Network:
- NBC

Written by: Rachel Anne
Jun 10th, 2013, 8:38 pm

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