Fans can barely contain their excitement to witness the iconic pop star’s performance at Sydney’s Mardi Gras Party this weekend.
And on Wednesday, Cher was pictured arriving into Sydney ahead of her highly-anticipated and completely sold-out appearance.
The American singer, in her 70s, flaunted her age-defying looks as she sauntered through Sydney airport.
Cher will headline the now sold-out Mardi Gras Party event at Playbill Venues, Fox Studios on March 3, 2018.
Oozing body confidence, the actress wore a low-cut top and semi-sheer jacket that showcased her lithe figure.
She added to her glam rocker chic ensemble with a studded belt and a pair of blue denim jeans that hugged at her svelte waistline.
Accessorizing with on-trend choker-style necklaces, Cher drew attention to her exposed decolletage and slight cleavage.
The Grammy-award winner appeared to be escorted by a male through the terminal as she carried a black handbag by her side.
When leaving the airport, she happily waved to passersby as she hopped into her luxury vehicle.
While the 71-year-old covered her features with a wide-brimmed hat and dark-lens sunglasses, her youthful appearance was still on display.
Her makeup appeared flawless, with a dusting of blush on her cheeks and a glossy pink lipstick used on her pout.
Renowned for her devilishly sexy ensembles, the songstress is expected to have packed an impressive stage number for her Mardi Gras appearance on Saturday.
Fans erupted in excitement when it was confirmed Cher would be performing at the 2018 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
And less than three weeks out from her arrival in Australia, the pop icon has shared a special video message to announce that she can’t wait to celebrate the results of the country’s same sex marriage vote.
‘I know it’s been a big year, but we won and it’s time to celebrate!’ the 71-year-old proclaimed in the clip, which was aired on Sunrise Monday morning.
‘I can’t believe I’m heading to Sydney for the fortieth anniversary of the Gay And Lesbian Mard Gras,’ the superstar gushed.
Archival footage of Mardi Gras celebrations from over the years screened as Cher’s 1998 hit ‘Believe’ played softly in the background.
‘Sydney Mardi Gras is an icon and I can’t wait to be there to share the magic with you. See you in March in Sydney,’ she concluded.