Cher took to the stage at the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras afterparty in Sydney last night for a show-stopping performance of some of her biggest hits.
The legendary singer performed ‘Strong Enough’, ‘Believe’ and ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ as part of her huge set.
“Happy to be here, I had such a great night at the parade,” she told the crowd during the set.
“I know from my heart and from my insides what you guys have been going through your entire lives, and I’m sure and I pray and I think that it’s all going to be changing.”
She took to Twitter today to reflect on the performance noting she had some technical problems.
“Tried Hard to be good last nite, but our board went down from humidity….Couldn’t hear, so Went on instinct,” she wrote.
“It was Wing & a Prayer. Was Great to play for LGBT Brothers & Sisters.”
Cher also made an appearance during the 40th anniversary parade, stepping out in Taylor Square while her own tune ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ blasted. She also took a snap with our Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, his wife Lucy and New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian which was met with a very mixed reception after it was posted on the PM’s social media channels.
You can watch a fan-filmed video of her performance below.
Tried Hard to be good last nite, but our board went down from humidity….Couldn’t hear,so Went on instinct 🙏🏻
It was Wing & a Prayer🤗
Was Great to play for
LGBT Brothers & Sisters💃🏻🕺🏼
OMG… PARADE ROCKED THE HOUSE
— Cher (@cher) March 4, 2018
— Malcolm Turnbull 💉💉 (@TurnbullMalcolm) March 3, 2018
— a (@prmiscuousvocab) March 3, 2018