In 1998, Cher's worldwide number one hit 'Believe' showcased what is generally believed to be the first example of using Auto-tune strictly for creative purposes on a commercially-available song - with it transforming Cher's vocals into almost-robotic results due to using extreme settings on the software. This, today, is known as the 'Cher Effect'.
Cher went on to use the 'Cher Effect' on several songs such as the 'The Music's No Good Without You', 'When You Walk Away' and 'A Different Kind Of Love Song' on her last album - 2001's US top ten 'Living Proof'.
Since then, the use of the musical effect has erupted in mainstream music being used plentifully by artists such as T-Pain, Kanye West.
Now, with Cher returning later this year with her first album in eleven years, many want to know if the 'Cher Effect' will also be making a return.
One fan (@Classified1A) asked the star very recently on Twitter whether the effect would be present on any of the tracks on her new album. Cher confirmed the existance of the effect on the album, stating that it can be heard "on one" of its songs.
Thankfully, we won't have long to wait before we can hear this one, or any of Cher's new songs; her new album is currently scheduled for release later this year, with its lead single expected to drop next month.