The 'Welcome to Burlesque' singer will appear on the NBC singing competition on June 18 to perform 'Woman's World', a new single off her upcoming album of the same title.
Cher is set to guest-star on the fourth season finale of "The Voice" on June 18, NBC has announced. According to the television network, the upcoming appearance on the singing competition will be Cher's first live TV performance in more than a decade.
The 67-year-old legendary singer will be performing "Woman's World", the first single from her upcoming album of the same title. "Woman's World", which marks Cher's first album in 12 years, will be available on September 24.
Cher, who has earned an Oscar, a Grammy, an Emmy and three Golden Globes, is the only artist with a No. 1 single on the Billboard pop charts in each of the last six decades.
During her lengthy break from music, the singer and actress still worked on her films. In 2010, she appeared alongside Christina Aguilera in "Burlesque". She also executive produced and starred in a documentary about her mother, "Dear Mom, Love Cher".
The fourth season of "The Voice" will crown a new champion next week. The five remaining contestants vying for the top prize are Blake Shelton's The Swon Brothers and Danielle Bradbery, Adam Levine's Amber Carrington, Shakira's Sasha Allen and Usher's Michelle Chamuel. The finalists will perform on Monday's semifinals and the top three will be announced on Tuesday.