Cher is back—and better than ever.
The legendary pop star flaunts her fierce persona and powerhouse vocals in the new music video for "Woman's World"—the first single from her upcoming 26th (!) studio album Closer to Truth.
The energetic dance track is everything you'd expect from the pop diva, who belts out the infectious tune in a variety of eccentric outfits while empowering women around the world.
Cher continues to show off her love for wigs in the clip, even rocking a hairpiece made out of newspaper clippings, perhaps to poke fun at her lengthy career in the public eye.
The 67-year-old music legend is also joined by a variety of women in the video, all of different ages, races, shapes and sizes, who channel their inner girl power and strength as Cher sings about female empowerment.
Her head is also superimposed by way of a split-screen on different women's torso and legs, transforming the singer into a million different women as she dances to the heart-thumping beat.
The catchy dance track is the first single from the performer's comeback album, which is the follow up to her 2001 record Living Proof.
While the track is her first release in 12 years, the songstress has still been performing, completing her three-year residency in Las Vegas in 2011.
"Just heard TGT ! F--K ! IT'S NOT EVEN THE RIGHT F--KING VERSION!!! WHY DO PPL THINK THIS KINDA LEAKING S--T IS OK ! I'm so Fg DISSAPOINTED"
Here's hoping she's happier with the release of "Woman's World."
Congrats on the new music, girl!
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