Although Cher wasn't actually at yesterday's finale (the performance was taped two weeks ago due to scheduling conflicts), she still earned high praise from the live audience (and 10s across the board from this viewer).
The song was one of many hits Sonny Bono and Cher sang together in the late '60s and '70s. The "I Got You Babe" singer paid tribute to her late husband by singing only her sections, while an on-stage screen showed old footage of Bono singing along.
The 73-year-old was decked out in a head-to-toe '60s-inspired look (with bell bottoms only Cher could rock). Shortly after, the dancing competition show crowned a winner and handed one of the final four the Mirrorball trophy.
This isn't Cher's first time on the DWTS stage. Back in 2013, she was a guest judge and sang one of her biggest hits, "Believe."
Cher: She's still the music legend we know and love.