The rest of the show is just as glittery as each of the Bob Mackie outfits Cher wears. In fact, a good portion of the excitement of the show is the anticipation of what Cher will come out wearing next. She probably changes for almost every song except two.
The songs are a mix of classic covers (U2's "Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For'), Sonny and Cher hits ("The Beat Goes On", "I Got You Babe") and Cher's new millennium hits ("Strong Enough" and "Believe").
Yet nothing makes the crowd go more wild than the 80s classic, "If I Could Turn Back Time" in which Cher wears an outfit similar to that scandalous one she wore in the song's music video aboard the Navy ship.
Since she's changing costumes after almost every song, there are a lot of filler acts from acrobats and dancers. The dancers we thought were a little sloppy. Maybe they went out too hard the night before. The acrobats are as always, a little bit scary and a lot awe-inspiring.
There are also clips from the Sonny and Cher variety show and Cher's famous movie clips. As the crowd waits for Cher to sing the encore ("Believe"), this photo collection is show on the screen covering the stage with the middle picture of Cher morphing into all of her different looks.
After a while, you start to realize that Cher has had a lot of plastic surgery. Which actually makes it all the more impressive that she's down on stage busting a move with her dancers and singing her heart out. Viva la Cher!
For the ultimate Cher fan package, Caesars is offering two rear orchestra tickets, two drink tickets and a one night stay from $627.
Insider Tip: Seating starts around 7:15pm and it's basically one big mass of people moving into the theater. If you wait until around 7:30pm the crowd has dissipated and you can still have time to take snapshots in front of the Cher costumes in glass cases on display. The show starts at around 7:45pm.