"Thanx Chickadees," she tweeted. "This is a Hard 4 meI Feel like 25,So The Real # comes as quite a little Shock Guess 67 wasn't enough of a CLUE 4 MY A** (sic)," she mused.
Cher, who often communicates with fans via Twitter, is showing no signs of slowing down, however. She's scheduled to play in Las Vegas on Sunday, followed by shows across the US and Canada, where she will wrap up the concert series on October 5.
The tour hasn't been without a few hiccups, however. After opening in Phoenix, Arizona back in March, the star confessed her first show made her emotional for all the wrong reasons, telling the crowd some of her costumes weren't properly fitted yet. Billboard reported she had also forgotten the lyrics to two of her songs and was seen 'sobbing' backstage.
"b4 Showtime I was being fitted 4 Costumes!Shoe man is punk,No Boots,Shoes! Learned New choreog.yesterday.New Wigs 2Nite! Killed ourselves," she later tweeted (sic).
Shortly thereafter, the diva thanked everyone for their hard work on the production and also thanked fans for their support. "I WANT 2 THANK MY"ENTIRE" WORK CREW..& 'EVERYONE' INVOLVED WITH MY SHOW EVERYONE HAS GONE WAY BEYOND WHATS POSSIBLE THEY R THE BEST," she wrote (sic).
Since then, it seems the production has worked out some of the kinks.
Cher has meanwhile promised fans who've yet to see it to expect a wild show. Speaking to UK newspaper The Sun before the concerts kicked off, Cher revealed she can still squeeze into her famous fishnet bodystocking from the music video for her 1989 hit If I Could Turn Back Time.
"People love that I can still wear it on stage. I wore it for my shows in Las Vegas [from 2008 to 2011]," she told UK newspaper The Sun.
"A friend said to me that a woman is sexy while she can still put on her stockings. I thought, 'I can do better than that, I can still put on my body stocking'. They'll probably even dress me in it when I'm dead."