Cher to make live-TV comeback on ‘The Voice’ season finale

Cher is scheduled to sing live on "The Voice."
Cher is scheduled to sing live on “The Voice.”
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The fourth season finale of “The Voice” will have a little something special for viewers when it airs next week: Cher is scheduled to make her live-TV performing comeback.

Cher hasn’t been hiding in a cave for the last 10 years -- she starred in the movie “Burlesque” in 2010 and executive produced and starred in the Lifetime documentary about her mother, “Dear Mom, Love Cher” in May -- but she hasn’t sung live on TV since her 2003 NBC special “Cher: The Farewell Tour.”

She’s expected to perform “Women’s World,” the first single off her upcoming new album of the same name that is set to be released Sept. 24.

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Cher’s last studio album, “Living Proof” was released in 2001. It was followed by the record-breaking 326-date “Farewell” tour, which lasted from 2002 until 2004 and was one of the highest-grossing tours of all time.

Cher’s comeback TV appearance will probably cause a few viewers to forget any hard feelings they may have against the show after coach Adam Levine was caught on a hot mic on a recent episode saying, “I hate this country,” after seeing that two of his team members has not been saved by public voting.

The season finale airs June 18.



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