It's Cher's 70th birthday. That's a lot of movies, men, and wigs to look back on. But most of all, it's an eternity of music to be thankful for. From her Sonny and Cher love songs to her Burlesque power ballad, there's a Cher musical moment for everything.
As you start your weekend and abandon the office, let's look back on our ten favorite Cher videos:
"I Got You Babe" (1965)
How can you not fall in love when you listen to this one?
"Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves" (1971)
She loves them Mobile boys. Don't we all?
"Dark Lady" (1974)
The best reason to visit New Orleans.
"Turn Back Time" (1989)
If this is what the navy is like, we're enlisting.
"The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)" (1990)
Christina Ricci and Winona Ryder are the perfect backup dancers.
It was the turn-of-the-century gay club anthem.
"Strong Enough" (1998)
Why didn't Cher star in Weird Science?
"You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" (2010)
That moment Cher saved the most horrible film of her career.
"Woman's World" (2013)
Get your feminism on!
"I Walk Alone" (2013)
It's the perfect video and song to sum up the life of an icon.