Cher recently had a lot to say about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The “Believe” singer didn’t hold back on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” as she criticized her exclusion from the music museum.
Host Kelly Clarkson remarked that “DJ Play a Christmas Song,” Cher’s recent holiday single, helped her nab another top spot on a Billboard chart, making her the first woman — and solo artist — with a No. 1 hit in each of the past seven decades.
“No one will accomplish that,” said Clarkson, before Cher commented that the Rolling Stones had accomplished the feat as a band.
“It took four of them to be one of me,” the singer said.
Clarkson went on to say that the achievement is “incredible,” but Cher noted that she’s still not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
“Wait, are you serious?” Clarkson said, as members of the studio audience gasped.
“You know what? I wouldn’t be in it now if they gave me a million dollars,” Cher replied.
“I’m not — kidding you,” she added, with a brief pause. “I was about to say something else. Yes, I was about to say I’m not shitting you.”
Cher also said the museum can “go you-know-what themselves.”
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