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Cher enjoys being a 'bum' at home

Cher enjoys being a 'bum' at home

Sep 5 2013, 9:24am CDT | by Bang Showbiz

Cher likes to "bum" around in scruffy clothes when she's at home. The singer-and-actress dresses down when she's relaxing at home but always puts on her most glamorous clothes when she goes out...

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Cher enjoys being a 'bum' at home

Sep 5 2013, 9:24am CDT | by Bang Showbiz

Cher likes to "bum" around in scruffy clothes when she's at home.

The singer-and-actress dresses down when she's relaxing at home but always puts on her most glamorous clothes when she goes out because she doesn't want the paparazzi to get a photo of her looking bad.

She said: "At home I don't care about make-up, I don't care about clothes, I just bum around in fabulous old neon workout clothes ... Now it's crazy, everyone takes your picture and in two seconds it's on Instagram and Facebook and I don't like that, I don't really like that at all."

Cher, 67, admits it takes her hours to get ready and she has a team to beautify her before appearances at showbiz events.

In an interview with UK TV show 'Daybreak', she added: "Well [the way I look] is put together by five people in two hours. I'm really shy, I was so shy as a child..."

The 'Believe' hitmaker is getting ready to release her new album 'Closer to the Truth' - her first studio release for 12 years - and is heading out on her 'Dressed to Kill Tour' next year.

Despite enjoying a multitude of hits throughout her five-decade spanning career, Cher claims she doesn't really like her own music.

She said: "I have to say it and I always do say it - I'm not a huge Cher fan but I do like the songs on this album ... I am happy, I have really good friends, I have great children, I love my album which I haven't been able to say many times in my life."

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