Cher admits she isn't a fan of her early music and feels there's only a handful of songs she's recorded well.
Cher doesn't like her early music.
The 'Believe' hitmaker admits she is incredibly critical of her decades-long career and feels there are only a handful of songs she has managed to successfully record without fault.
She said: ''In my life, there are songs I've done that I really love, that I don't think I ruined, like 'You Haven't Seen the Last of Me', 'Song for the Lonely' or 'Believe'. But there's only a handful. The early ones I don't like at all. My voice was so strange and different.''
The 67-year-old star feels her new album 'Closer to the Truth' is some of her best work, but still remains unconfident about her music.
She added to USA Today: ''I'm just so not a Cher fan, but I like these songs. This is as good as I'm ever going to do.''
Cher collaborated with pop star Pink to write some of the album's tracks and the singer admits she is a ''gigantic fan'' of the 'So What?' hitmaker.
She said: ''I'm a gigantic fan. She's a real girl who has problems, is soft, is hard. She's a kick-ass girl who follows after me.''
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