Cher, the revered singer, recently clarified her stance on being labeled a ‘diva'. During her guest appearance on The Graham Norton Show, she expressed bewilderment at the concept of ‘diva behavior'.
An illustrious line-up of celebrities including Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, and Timothée Chalamet accompanied the singer on the show. Not only did Cher share her thoughts on diva culture, but she also introduced her new Christmas album to the audience. The lead single, DJ Play a Christmas Song, was performed live, much to the delight of the attendees.
Some interesting facts about her career were also shared by Cher. She dropped the revelation that her musical journey originally took off in the UK, as she and Sonny Bono faced initial opposition in America. Despite having already established a long and successful career in music, she hinted at the possibility of embarking on a tour in the future.
The decision to bring her Christmas album to life was a recent one, according to Cher. She revealed that the album was recorded within the comfort of her own home. Following her illuminating chat and performance on the show, the singer had a busy schedule.
Cher was a guest at the grand Royal Variety Performance held at the iconic Royal Albert Hall. Among those present were several prestigious guests, including the Prince and Princess of Wales as well as members of the Swedish royal family, allowing Cher to exchange pleasantries with them.
For those interested in witnessing the grandeur of the Royal Variety Performance, it will be broadcast on December 17 at 8 pm GMT.