The Times Cher Showed the World How Witty She Can Be

She topped the charts when she spoke out her disregard for Madonna on Ellen when she was asked who would she want to duel if provided the opportunity, she replied “Adele, Pink and … not Madonna.”

[USPRwire, Thu Sep 27 2018] To this Date and Time, one can’t survive if he/she is not subtle same goes for the Music Industry Divas. Though Mariah Carey and Madonna have made the points much time that they are the shadiest being not afraid to word out their opinions for anything or anyone, none of both is as blatant and ruthless with their words as Cher the pop legend.

She topped the charts when she spoke out her disregard for Madonna on Ellen when she was asked who would she want to duel if provided the opportunity, she replied “Adele, Pink and … not Madonna.”
But that’s not the first time she has done that, this legacy of throwing shades goes way back. Here are some of the times when Cher Proved to world how witty she can be:

1. The Start if the feud with Madonna

As we already have said Cher is the most subtle when giving out her opinion it is exactly what happened to start a feud between herself and Madonna. The things started when she commented this back in 1991 when asked what she thinks of Madonna, “She’s unbelievably creative because she’s not unbelievably talented,” she said. “She’s not beautiful, but she’s kind of … she’s creative, but she’s rude”

2. When She First Went to David Letterman Show:

Cher’s really is an outspoken person and when she was asked by the host David Letterman during his own show that what she thinks of coming to the show, she replied non hesitatingly, “I don’t know, I thought that I would never want to do this show with you,” when asked why she said she thinks he is “an asshole”.

3. Her Opinions on Donald Trump

It’s not once that Cher has dissed Donald Trump but most memorable one was the “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” segment in James Corden’s Late night show. She was asked to say one good thing about Donald Trump and she said, “There’s nothing nice about him.”

4. Her Open Challenge to Britney Spears and J.Lo

When she went on her farewell tour in 2002 Cher made it clear that it was her last and that other stars like Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez will take the place of pop queen she is leaving vacant, she once said during a concert “Well, they’re not gonna take my place, but they’re gonna take somebody’s place.” Then she added to the fuel by saying, “I have a motive. And that is ... that I’m gonna make this show fabulous and say: ‘Follow this, you bitches.’”

5. Criticism on Miley’s 2013 VMA performance

After Miley’s Shocking performance at 2013’s MTV VMA, everyone was talking about her. But the estimation Cher made had its own lengths. She said, “If the chick had come out naked and done a great performance, doing the same things, I don’t care. I would’ve said, ‘Great, I’m behind you 100 percent.’” She didn’t mind these things rather her criticism was on the poor quality, “I don’t like the fact that it wasn’t good.”

6. Her Call on Michael Jackson’s Parenting Skills

Cher was not a big fan of Michael Jackson parenting skills and dished out her opinion in an interview with TV Guide back in 2003. She said, “He had this child rolled up in a blanket, and I was thinking, ‘What kind of life is this?’ I cannot imagine putting my children through what he put his children through” talking about the American Bandstand 50th anniversary, “I thought, ‘This guy is nuts. He shouldn’t have these children.’”

7. Her response to Amanda Bynes Twitter fret

Amanda Bynes, the former child star, was having a tough time in her career when she decided to vent her anger on Cher calling her “ugly” and “fat”. But when one of the fans asked Cher what’s her thought about Amanda she responded by saying, “Who’s that?”, that was all that was needed to make it clear how she deals haters.

Cher “Here We Go Again” Tour Details:

The Here We Go Again Tour is the seventh solo concert tour by Cher in support of her twenty-sixth studio album Dancing Queen. It is the first time the singer tours Oceania since her Living Proof: The Farewell Tour in 2005. The tour started on September 21, 2018, and will finish on May 18, 2019. Cher takes the Here We Go Again Tour (Leg 1) to Oceania for 14 dates. The tour is set to start on September 21, 2018, in Auckland, NZ and will end on October 21, 2018, in Sydney, Australia. Cher will also take the Here We Go Again Tour (Leg 2) to North America for 30 dates. The tour is set to start on January 17, 2019, in Florida and will end on May 18, 2019, in Minnesota.

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