Cher is still open to finding Mr. Right, as ET found out during a recent sit-down.
"I like a guy with a sense of humor," Cher told ET. "And I like someone who is cute."
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The 70-year-old music icon's former boyfriends have included Val Kilmer, Richie Sambora and even Tom Cruise before he was famous. Cher explained why she tended to gravitate towards younger men in her past.
"It was because older men did not like me," she said. "I'm not kidding. Older men like younger girls, and older men were afraid of me."
No doubt Cher's reputation precedes her. With an Emmy, a GRAMMY, three Golden Globes and an Oscar to her name, Cher has enough accolades to make anyone think she's out of their league. Strangely enough, she claims she's "never confident," despite her tremendous success.
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"I'm a person that's achieved a lot, but never out of an amazing amount of confidence, because I always think 'I can't do that,' and then I'm doing it," she said.
With her upcoming album, Cher once again finds herself doing something new.
"It's a concept that no woman's ever done," the singer said. "My voice is still good -- surprise, surprise -- and it's something I want to do, so I'm not putting it off for any more years."
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Life seems to be going great for Cher. In February, she's returning to the stage with a residency called Classic Cher in Las Vegas and the Washington D.C. area, her son Elijah Blue has been happily married for nearly three years and her son Chaz has recently been featured on American Horror Story: Roanoke.
"He's just so happy and we get along I think better than we ever got along before," Cher said of Chaz. "Sometimes I forget the pronouns, but we get along so well."
Tickets for Classic Chergo on sale on Sunday, Oct. 23, for Park Theater at Monte Carlo in Las Vegas (kicking off Feb. 8, 2017) and The Theater at MGM National Harbor in Maryland (starting March 17, 2017). Watch the video below for more on the "Believe" singer's exciting residency!