Cher sported a platinum blonde hairstyle as she went out to dinner in West Hollywood with some friends.
With her dazzling locks worn down in soft waves, the Believe singer was unmistakable as she walked it to the restaurant.
Her favorite night spot Thursday was Craig’s, a local eatery that has built a reputation as a flypaper for venerable celebrities.
Adding her own touch of legendary shine to the property this week, Cher adorned her impressively supple frame in basic black.
The 77-year-old served up a generous helping of cleavage in a plunging top and channeled her animal instincts with a zebra print clutch.
In town: Cher rocked a platinum blonde hairstyle as she headed out to dinner with some friends in West Hollywood
Her latest appearance at Craig’s comes after it emerged she will be across the country taking part in another showbiz institution at the end of this month.
She has been officially announced as the closing act of this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
The parade began in 1924 and has been held annually since, with the exception of three years during World War II, when the helium and rubber were diverted for defense purposes.
Cher’s entry into the Thanksgiving tradition comes about a month after the release of her very first Christmas album, titled Simply Christmas.
The record contains original material as well as a few older seasonal songs, including Santa Baby, Run Rudolph Run and Please Come Home For Christmas.
She teamed up with Stevie Wonder for a duet of his old Motown song What Christmas Means To Me, and with Michael Buble to re-record his 2005 song Home.
The artists on the album range from older acts like Darlene Love and Cyndi Lauper to Kylie Jenner’s ex-boyfriend Tyga.
“They’re not Christmas songs, okay, they’re just great songs,” Cher assured Billboard. “And I never say that, because I almost never like what I do.”
In a Paper in a magazine interview to promote the album, she candidly revealed, “I just never really liked my voice.” If I had my choice I would probably have another one, but I didn’t get my choice. I have my mother’s voice.’
Legging it: With her dazzling locks worn down in soft waves, the Believe singer was unmistakable as she walked it to the restaurant
It was recently announced that Cher will be the closing act of this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City; seen in April
She elaborated on the characteristics of her ‘weird’ voice quality, saying: ‘It doesn’t sound like a man, it doesn’t sound like a woman. I’m more in between.’
The Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves singer reflected: “I have a strange style. I do what you do when you can’t hold a note: I don’t spend my Rs. I think some consonants are hard to sing, so I just have to leave them open.”
She admitted that “people seem to like it and I’m happy as a clam, but I wouldn’t have chosen it. I liked it with my mom and it’s definitely my mom’s voice.”
Cher, who famously shared with her late mother, added: “My mother’s is softer, mine is sharper – different but the same, but I don’t think I would have chosen that one.”