Cyndi & Cher

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Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press Cher performs to a sold-out crowd in Winnipeg Friday. Watching the show, according to reviewer Jen Zoratti, was like watching "a fabulous person relishing in her own fabulousness."
Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press The superstar's performance was as much about the costumes as it was about the music.
Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press But the headdress she wore during a performance of Half Breed should have been left in the 1970s, Zoratti writes.
Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press Cher has said this will definitely be her last tour.
Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press Opener Cyndi Lauper's set was part high-energy songs, party comedy routine.
Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press Alongside her 1980s pop hits, Cyndi Lauper's performance of Etta James' At Last proved she's still got her voice.
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