After three years of headlining her show in Vegas, Cher has announced the final curtain for her shows. The multi-award-winning performer will end her three-year residency at The Caesars Palace's The Colosseum on February 5, 2011.
Cher supports her daughter's decision to have a sex change. The "Believe" singer's daughter Chastity Bono announced last week she has begun the surgical process to become a man and will now be known as Chaz.
Pop icon Cher has unveiled dates for the final shows for her in-progress residency at the 4,100-seat Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The 62-year-old veteran artist began headlining the shows in May 2008 under a contract that covers approximately 200 shows over a three-year period.
Cher's upcoming wedding plans have been affected by her son's mystery illness. The 'Believe' singer - who was set to marry Tim Medvetz by the end of the year - reportedly can't stop worrying about Elijah Blue Allman's unknown condition.