BBC Books Cher to Perform at Strictly Come Dancing Final


Iconic Singer Set to Grace the Stage at December 16 Finale

Get ready for a star-studded Strictly Come Dancing final! The BBC has secured legendary singer Cher to perform at this year's highly anticipated event. Cher will be dazzling the audience with her new track "DJ Play A Christmas Song" from her festive album, as she aims for her first UK Christmas No1.

Cher's Recent Collaborations with the BBC

This isn't Cher's first time teaming up with the BBC. She has recently made appearances on Graham Norton's talk show and had a sit-down interview with Rylan Clark to discuss her illustrious career. Her involvement with Strictly Come Dancing is sure to be a show-stopping moment.

Cher's Regret Over Mega-Hit Believe

Despite her immense success, Cher recently revealed her one big regret. She admitted that she didn't ask for a writing credit for her mega-hit song "Believe," which spent seven weeks at No1 and sold over 11 million copies. This oversight has cost her hundreds of thousands of pounds. Cher confessed that she was so worried about causing a stir that she didn't dare to request the credit. In fact, one recording session for the song was so stressful that she stormed out after being told her vocals weren't up to scratch.

A Musical Icon Worth £320 Million

Even with this regret, Cher's career has been nothing short of extraordinary. With over 100 million records sold, she is undoubtedly one of the most successful singers of all time. Her estimated net worth stands at an impressive £320 million.

So mark your calendars for December 16 and get ready to witness Cher's incredible performance at the Strictly Come Dancing final!