The 70-year-old Strong Enough-singer caught the flu and was forced to cancel the February 18 & 19 dates of the residency, stating that she was "heartbroken" to have to do so. She was also forced to reschedule a planned appearance on CBS chat show The Talk.
However, last night, the Grammy-, Oscar-, Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning entertainer soldiered on -- despite not being completely well yet -- to make her return to the stage to perform some of her biggest hits.
Whilst her voice held up most of the night, the flu made it break during Half Breed -- just going to show that she cancelled the last two shows for a very good reason. However, Cher, as per usual, thrived during her rock hit If I Could Turn Back Time -- though she didn't skip around as much as she tends to.
Returning to stage whilst not 100% well is a testament to how much of a survivor Cher is. She tweeted shortly afterwards: "Last night's audience deserved the standing "O"... I just cross my fingers and stomp out on stage, like the Taurus I am."
We hope that you are fully recovered soon, Cher!
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