Looks like Cher could be the new Humans of New York. The Grammy- and Oscar-winner seems to have a knack for capturing intimate candid moments between strangers.
On Tuesday, the Moonstruck star tweeted a photo of a stylish and loved-up couple she ran into at the cinema, and revealed they had no clue who she was.
“When we were coming out of movie I saw beautiful Couple," she tweeted with the shot. "He Was taking Her pic….She had flowers. I said … can I take your Pic.”
She then noted they had no idea they were talking to THE Cherilyn Sarkisian Lapierre Bono Allman (as if there could be another) because she was fully masked and talking to them from a distance.
“Had my mask on so they didn't Know Who I was," she added. "MAYBE Just a crazy woman.. THAT ME."
She then added to the thread, “See how adorable they are.”
Cher’s right -- it’s hard not to notice they are incredibly good-looking, colour-coordinated #relationshipgoals. He even got her a huge bouquet of roses! #swoon
Of course, Twitter definitely believes in life after love, and jumped in on the sweet story. Who doesn’t want Cher “chering” their love to the world? Cher away!
Of course, Twitter being what it is, it didn't take long for Cher’s picture, which has almost 90,000 likes at press time, to find its way to the happy couple themselves! A woman named Syndie responded to the thread, exclaiming, “Omg! That's me, and it was my birthday! Wow! I can't believe it! 🥰”
She added that the reason she and boyfriend Tehran Stokes didn’t recognize the “Turn Back Time” songstress was because Cher, “had a mask on, and when she asked to take our photo, she was far away from us.”
Tehran also commented on the thread, “Wow! So we really did meet CHER! This night will certainly be remembered forever.”
It looks like Syndie and Tehran want to keep things private and low-key, as Syndie tweeted out a call for privacy, “Until Cher says otherwise.”
It’s unclear which movie Cher, Syndie and Tehran saw that night, but Cher did tweet earlier this week that she loved the new Spielberg adaptation of West Side Story.
Then, of course, Twitter found that old clip of Cher playing every single part in the Romeo and Juliet-inspired musical.
Ah, Twitter . . . may its powers never die.
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