The legendary singer has made her return to film in the big-budget musical Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
And Cher worked a rock chick outfit as she continued to promote the much-anticipated sequel by hosting her own screening of the film in London on Tuesday night in aid of her animal charity Free The Wild.
The pop icon looked incredible in a shimmering black biker jacket with intricate white embroidery down the sleeves and gold studs along the lapels and belt.
Underneath the jacket, Cher layered a gold netted top over a white cami, and added a long sparkly gold tasselled neck-tie.
She teamed the eye-catching upper half of her outfit with a pair of stretchy black leggings.
Her barbie pink pedicure could be seen through the peep-toe design of her sparkly black stilettos.
Making an impression as her dark locks tumbled around her shoulders, the singer smoldered as she sported rosy-make up and fluttery eyelashes.
The goddess of pop took the time to pose for photographs and sign autographs for her excited fans as she made her way inside.
It was revealed in late 2017 that she would join the cast of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again and be on-screen for the first time in over seven years.
Cher, 72, portrays Sophie's previously unseen grandmother Ruby Sheridan, Meryl Streep's reluctant and mean mother.
She made a dramatic entrance in the films most recent trailer by gatecrashing her granddaughter's party.
It was reported by The Sun that Cher told her co-stars: 'I was terrified when I first arrived on set, partly because everyone had been working together already, and partly because my character wasn't very liked.'
With international hit-singles including Believe and If I Could Turn Back Time under her belt, fans are eager to hear what ABBA songs the superstar will be singing.
As well as the usual ABBA classics, Cher firstly performs with Andy Garcia from Fernando in a breathtaking duet.
Cher also lends her voice to an ensemble rendition of Super Trouper near the end of the film.
Set ten years after the original, the film follows Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) as she tries to run her mother Donna's (Meryl Streep) villa in Greece whilst pregnant, as she finds out more about her past.
In the film, Lily plays young Donna during her infamous time with her three love interests Sam (Jeremy Irvine), Harry (Hugh Skinner), and Bill (Josh Dylan).
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again 'goes back and forth in time to show how relationships forged in the past resonate in the present,' according to Deadline.
The original movie was set on a Greek island where young bride-to-be Sophie discovers that any one of three men - Bill (Stellan Skarsgard), Sam (Pierce Brosnan) or Harry (Colin Firth) could be her father.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is released in UK cinemas on July 20 2018, marking the ten year anniversary of the original film's release.
Source: Daily Mail