Excitement as gay icon finally releases first official full-length version of new song
Gay icon Cher has given fans a special Thanksgiving treat by officially unveiling her comeback single Woman’s World online.
The Believe singer ended months of waiting by streaming the first official full-length version of the single on her website.
Writing on Twitter earlier today (22 November), the superstar said: ‘when I started singing it I thought about strong Famous Women…Then I Thought “fk Thatâ€â€THIS IS A WOMAN’S WORLDâ€ We’re All Strong ! MEN 2 !’
And the pumping disco-infused floorfiller is already getting the seal of approval from her loyal fans.
‘such an empowering song for women! Im gonna share it with all the women i know!!!’ tweeted @Dave_G1.
While @n0ctowl posted: ‘omg. I listened to the song. I’m so sorry. I can’t stop crying’.
The veteran singer was angry and ‘upset’ after a short 17-second preview, and later a one minute version, was leaked online in October.
The song from her 26th studio album marks the singer’s return to pop music after a 12-year hiatus.
Cher’s last album Living Proof was in 2001.
Woman’s World will be released on Monday (26 November) with the album to follow in January.
Listen to the song for free on Cher’s official website here.