At nearly 70, she's had an enviable five-decade career in music, acting, and modeling.
And pop diva Cher easily defied her 67 years in a fuzzy checkered coat and raven wig for ELLE's seventh annual Women in Music issue.
However, fans best beware of using the term 'legend' to describe the evergreen Oscar winner - born Cherilyn Sarkisian.
'I hate that word!' the Burlesque star told the mag. 'Legend, icon, diva. I hate all those f***ing words. They're meaningless. I prefer Cher.'
The May edition - on newsstands Tuesday - features cover girl of the moment Miley Cyrus in a beaded Marc Jacobs ensemble.
Cher also has enviable stamina and show no signs of retiring in the midst of her Dressed To Kill Tour, which runs through July.
'The Road is TOUGH. Thank God.. Im TOUGHER! I AM KICKING ITS ASS RIGHT NOW, But Cant Kick It 4Ever! You Haven't Seen the Last of Me,' she wrote on her Facebook page last week.
The surgically-enhanced singer's body is still slim enough to rock out sexy sequined bodysuits for the sold-out concerts.
Pat Benetar and Cyndy Lauper open the show, which features six costume changes, dancers & acrobats, and moving set pieces like a large Trojan horse.
The Believe crooner will next take her Dressed To Kill Tour to New York's First Niagra Center in Buffalo on Wednesday.
Also celebrated in ELLE's Music issue were Australian rapper Iggy Azalea in Maison Martin Margiela sleeves and British belter Lily Allen in Chanel.