Appearance on "The Voice" will mark Cher's first live TV performance in more than a decade
In her first live TV performance in over a decade, Cher will take to the stage on the June 18 episode of "The Voice" to belt out a tune, NBC said Monday.
The episode will mark the finale of the fourth cycle of "The Voice."
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The music icon will perform "Woman's World," the first single off of her upcoming album of the same title.
The album, Cher's first in 12 years, will be released Sept. 24.
Over the actress and singer's five decades in the business, she has won an Oscar (“Moonstruck”), an Emmy (“Cher: The Farewell Tour”), a Grammy (“Believe”) and three Golden Globes (“The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour,” “Silkwood,” “Moonstruck”).
She joins a long list of artists who have performed this season, incuding Sheryl Crow, Rod Stewart, Lady Antebellum, Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I.