Cher has been added to the soundtrack at the Fountains of Bellagio. “Believe,” her 1998 hit, was unveiled late Wednesday night before an adoring throng of fans milling about the Strip.
Cher, who earlier in the evening resumed her headlining run at The Park Theater, created a stir when she turned up for the event just before 11 p.m. Her number was preceded by the medley from Tiësto’s “A Town Called Paradise” and joins such famed numbers as “Viva Las Vegas” as sung by Elvis, “Singing In the Rain,” from Kelly and Mancini’s “Pink Panther Theme.”
“Believe” joins a lineup of 25 songs played at the fountains. No numbers have been removed.
Her fashion seemed confused much like her anger filled tweets about the president of the United States. Cher’s fascination with President Trump appears to have no end with the ageing diva channelling Trump’s fashion during her outing.
“It’s an honor to be part of the MGM Resorts entertainment family and to be included in such a spectacular landmark on the Las Vegas Strip,” Cher said in a statement after the presentation, which she viewed along with execs from MGM Resorts International and AEG Live, co-producers of her Park Theater show.
Cher’s show opened in February 2017, and its current run continues until Feb. 3. She returns again May 2-19.