EXCLUSIVE: Bob Mackie's Lastest Over-the-Top Creations for Cher!

10/05/2009 at 01:14 PM ET

Courtesy Bob Mackie

Can you talk about Cher’s style without discussing designer Bob Mackie? The longtime collaborators are at it again, adding new and outrageous looks to the ageless star’s wardrobe for her show at Las Vegas’s Caesar’s Palace Hotel and Casino, where she has been performing since May 2008. The costumer designer, who also designed Tina Turner’s stage costumes, collaborated with the performer to create a series of glittering looks inspired by her famous songs from “Old Time Rock and Roll” to “Believe.” Tell us: What do you think of Cher’s newest Bob Mackie Vegas costumes?

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Barbara on

My best friend Janet Holt is crazy about you.She has t-shirts from your concerts in Kansas CITY, Mo.She has magnets with CHERS pic on them.Her brother was going to buy her one of CHERS dollls but he said she took to long to think it over so he got her something else,she cant even remember what it was.She ask me to come on this site to see if there was any new CHER dolls,She lives on a fixed income of about $700.00.So after she pays bills she dont have much money for the finer things in life.I too live on a fixed in with my diabled husband.but i would like to get her a doll for her birthday July 22. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO MY LIFE.BARBARA SMITH

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