If Cher could, she'd turn back time.
Which is why Cher gave an unexpected reaction to the 25th anniversary of her 1998 hit song "Believe."
"How amazing is it that 'Believe' is 25 years old?" Today's Harry Smith asked the 77-year-old in a Nov. 28 interview, to which she cheekily replied, "It's not that amazing, OK? It pisses the f--k out of me...It just is, like, what is this?!"
When Harry suggested that she and aging don't go hand-in-hand, the Grammy winner didn't miss a beat with her answer.
"No!" Cher put it simply. "My mother didn't mind, but I do. I hate it. I'd give anything to be 70 again!"
This isn't the first time the fashion icon has shared her honest thoughts about entering new stages in life.
"I don't know if not feeling old makes you younger," she told People last January. "I keep up with the trends. I have lots of young friends. I have old friends, too."
She continued, "Honestly, I'm not trying to feel young. I'm not trying to be young. I am who I am. I'm just getting along."
It's an attitude that has helped her push the boundaries with her decades-long career and eccentric personal style.
"It's all about having fun," she told the magazine. "You keep going and that's the challenge. Things don't always go right and you have to be willing to just put yourself out there, put your ass on the line, put a big target on it and then keep going."
While Cher might have a unique perspective on aging, keep reading to see how other A-listers have opened up about the subject.