Cher’s latest hit single asks whether you “believe in life after love.” Her answer is a resounding yes. “I’ve experienced it. It’s been a long time,” she tells Rolling Stone. “I’ve never been alone this long.” While her song extols some of the upside of being single, Cher concedes there is a downside: “There’s not someone who tells you how adorable you are and rubs your head and goes into a crowded press conference and stands at the back and winks at you so that you think, ‘I can get through this.'”

  • Cher, who won an Oscar for 1987’s “Moonstruck,” is returning to the screen this spring in Franco Zeffirelli’s “Tea With Mussolini.” “Some years I’m the coolest thing that ever happened,” she admits, “and then the next year everyone’s so over me, and I’m just so past my sell date.”
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