Cher has announced that she’s lost her favourite T-shirt and it appears she’s really upset about it.
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In a tweet posted on Wednesday (March 20), Cher wrote: “My T-Shirt Is Gone,” followed by crying face and broken heart emojis.
My T-Shirt Is Gone😥💔😥
— Cher (@cher) March 20, 2019
One observant fan quickly responded, guessing which T-shirt it was. “plz say it isnt this one,” han tweeted, referencing the ‘eat the rich’ slogan tee the singer has been wearing for almost 40 years, to which Cher replied: “YES IT IS.”
plz say it isn’t this one🤧 pic.twitter.com/CgagPUCfZP
— han✨ (@cherakagoddess) March 20, 2019
A go-to item of Cher’s, you may recognise the black rhinestone skull shirt from her wearing it during a performance on Top of the Pops in 2001 and even at a red carpet event for the premiere of The Cell in 2000.
One of its last public sightings is thought to have been last year when Cher wore it in a picture with her stylist, Marjan Malakpour.
Cher also tweeted that she is hoping for a little divine intervention, with the help of St. Anthony, the patron saint of lost things. “I’m Asking St. Anthony To Get Involved, He Finds Everything,” she said.
The pop icon will play a string of dates in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, and Leeds in October this year. As well as playing a wide selection of hits from her acclaimed back catalogue, Cher will also treat fans to numbers from her ABBA covers album which arrived last year.
The dates of Cher’s UK tour are as follows:
20 – London, The O2
24 – Manchester, Arena
26 – Birmingham, Arena Birmingham
28 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
30 – Leeds, First Direct Arena