In 1965, Cher shot to superstardom when most of the world's photos were captured in black-and-white. Almost 50-years later, the legend - though she doesn't like to be called it - is featured in a brand new black-and-white snapshot in an upcoming issue of 'Elle' magazine.
UK publication 'Daily Mail', whom premièred Cher's latest music video 'Woman's World' last year, premièred the two-tone shot of the 'If I Could Turn Back Time' singer that'll will appear in the 'Women in Music' edition of 'Elle' (that 'Cher News' reported about on 9 April).
Cassie Carpenter of 'Daily Mail' wrote, "At nearly 70, she's had an enviable five-decade career in music, acting and modeling. And pop diva Cher easily defied her 67 years in a fuzzy checkered coat and raven wig for ELLE's seventh annual Women in Music issue.
The news publication - whom spotlighted Cher's "daring" 'Dressed To Kill Tour' outfits earlier this week - is referencing Cher's new interview with 'Elle', which has her saying, "I hate that word. Legend, icon, diva. I hate all those f**king words. They're meaningless. I prefer Cher."
The 'Elle' Women in Music edition will hit newsstands on Tuesday.