Cher is not making an attempt to flip again time. In an interview with “Good Morning Britain” that aired on Sept. 4, the 77-year-old pop icon bought candid about growing old and what retains her feeling younger — together with her signature lengthy black hair. “My good friend Paulette and I have been speaking about once we have been going to have to minimize our hair and cease carrying denims as a result of it appeared like in these days that is what girls did, and it hasn’t hit but,” she stated. “I simply cannot imagine I shall be 80 sooner or later, earlier than I want, and I will nonetheless be carrying my denims, and I will nonetheless be carrying lengthy hair, and I will nonetheless be doing the identical stuff I’ve at all times accomplished.”

Cher credited her household’s “fairly superb” genes for serving to her age gracefully, saying she additionally simply genuinely feels younger. “I do not know if not feeling outdated makes you youthful,” she questioned aloud (however it appears to be working for her). She added that regardless of staying true to her private model all through the years, she nonetheless likes to be within the know. “I sustain with the developments, I have plenty of younger associates. I have outdated associates, too.”

In the previous 12 months alone, she’s actually confirmed that age is only a quantity, closing the Balmain show in a metallic catsuit throughout Paris Fashion Week final September, carrying a strappy black ensemble to a Super Bowl party in February, and going platinum blond for NBC’s Carol Burnett birthday particular again in March.

With a memoir on the way in which, a Christmas album in the works, and a Cherlato ice cream firm already up and working, her lengthy hair is simply one of many many issues maintaining the mogul feeling and looking younger. But as Cher mentioned in her interview, sustaining a youthful spirit is one thing that comes naturally to her, irrespective of the coiffure. “I’m not making an attempt to be younger — I am who I am,” she stated. “I’m simply getting alongside.”

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