Cher showcased a new song and discussed her prolific career during night's season finale of "The Voice."
The 67-year-old iconic singer took the stage for the first time in 12 years in order to premiere her new single "Woman's World" on the television series.
As a result, Cher and "The Voice" fans flooded social media sites with their excitement for her return.
"Cher LOVED the hair," started Maureen. "Of Course, the voice as well, you STILL have it!"
Becky added, "OMG Cher! Amazing," while Kay posted, "Just saw Cher on the Voice. She is awesome… inspiring to me since I'm 67, too. I'm not done yet."
"I liked Cher's performance on The Voice last night," wrote Rhett. "A little Cher goes a long way."
While not all reviews are favorable, Cher definitely made a splash with the audience. Watch Cher's performance of "Woman's World" here.
Cher discussed live singing reality shows such as "The Voice" during a recent interview, comparing them to bygone television shows such as "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts."
"It's just another vehicle, you know what I mean? Talent is talent," said the singer following her performance on Tuesday night to The Washington Post.
As for her own talent, Cher said she credits luck more for her extreme success as a singer.
"If you have an idea, you tell me because I haven't got a clue," she said of her long-standing career. "I believe that luck has a lot to do with it. There are lots of people who are more talented or whatever, but somehow this has been my path. So this is what I'm doing."
In addition to Cher's return to the stage, "The Voice" season four winner was revealed as 16-year-old Danielle Bradbery.