Bobby Bank/GC ImagesCher just announced that she’ll be presenting a new Las Vegas show in 2017 called Classic Cher. While she obviously has no plans to retire when it comes to her performing career, there’s one activity that she plans to never do again: get married.

“I can’t see any real reason for it,” the 70-year-old diva tells Entertainment Tonight. “I have tried to keep [dating] much more on the down-low because media is so horrible nowadays, and so mean, and you can’t do anything. It’s hard for me to even go out of my door because everyone’s got a camera and everybody’s in the bushes.”

Cher was married to Sonny Bono from 1969 to 1975. That year, just a few days after her divorce from Bono became final, she wed rock star Greg Allman. Nine days later she filed to dissolve the marriage, but they didn’t officially divorced until 1979.

When it comes to music, though, Cher’s like the Energizer bunny.

“I like what I do,” she tells ET. “And I never knew there was going to be a ‘sell by’ date, you know? …It never occurred to me that I would be doing this, or that anybody would want to see me do this.”

Noting that her most recent tour, Dressed to Kill, was eventually canceled due to illness, Cher says, “I was having a lot of fun when I was on the road last time…and the one thing I know is that I still like to sing so much.”

Tickets for Cher’s new show go on sale this Sunday. Her Las Vegas residency kicks off February 8. She’ll also perform at The Theater at MGM National Harbor in Maryland starting in March.

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