Cher was honored with a lifetime achievement award at the Kennedy Center Honors program celebrating cultural achievement on Sunday.
Whoopi Goldberg paid a hilarious tribute to the 72-year-old pop music icon at the event.
“She not only marches to the beat of her own drum, honey, she is a one-woman band,” the legendary actress said.
Cyndi Lauper, who surprised Cher by being present on the occasion, delivered an electrifying performance of “If I Could Turn Back Time.”
Speaking on the red carpet before the event, Cher said, “I never thought I was the right person for this because I’m a little bit out there.”
In addition to Cher, country music legend Reba McEntire, saxophonist/composer Wayne Shorter and composer Philip Glass were also given the lifetime achievement award.
Hosted by Gloria Estefan, the program started with a memorial to late President George H.W. Bush.
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