Cher Performs in Nipple Pasties, Wigs, and Nude Bodysuit

Earlier this week, concert queen Cher was back on stage for her farewell concert tour, “Dressed to Kill”, and she not only kept up with the theme of her concert but also tried to keep up with time. Armed with a fit figure, the 67-year-old singer showed off her still sizzling body in an array of very revealing costumes.

The most controversial of them all was a diamond-encrusted draped and fringed number that revealed a nude bodysuit and heart-shaped nipple pasties, which reminded us of Miley Cyrus at the iHeartRadio Music Festival last year.

Cher performing in her concert held at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, on April 9, 2014Cher performing in her concert held at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, on April 9, 2014

We’re totally applauding this veteran diva for having the courage to showcase her figure on stage. She may not be as lean as she was 20 years ago, but you have to admit that she still has a pretty amazing body for a 67-year-old!

We're totally applauding Cher for having the courage to showcase her figure on stage

Cher rocking a nude bodysuit and heart-shaped nipple pasties

There were several costume changes throughout the concert, and all of them were revealing. And in true Cher fashion, they were all bold and sparkly. Of course, the huge headpieces were also part of the highlights of the show.

Below are some of the most visually stunning and most interesting costumes that she wore on stage. She went from being Pocahontas to Cleopatra, but they didn’t quite compare to the sparkly nipple-pasties-revealing dress that just shocked the crowd.

Cher Concert

Cher Concert

Cher Concert

Cher live in concert in Boston, MA.

Cher live in concert in Boston, MA.

Do you think Cher should still be wearing outfits like these? Let us know by leaving a comment!

Credit: Joel Ginsburg / WENN

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