Cher’s ‘Cow’ Tribute To Queen Elizabeth Baffles Fans

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Cher’s ‘cow’ tribute to Queen Elizabeth II has baffled fans on social media. 

The American singer and TV personality took to Twitter and addressed Her Majesty’s passing at 96 years old.

However, she got her farm animals mixed up and ended up comparing the Queen to a cow by using the wrong emoji.

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In a lengthy post, Cher tweeted: “Am Sad About The Passing Of Queen Elizabeth II. I Had [the] Honor Of Meeting Her.

“I Was In Long Line of People Waiting 2 Meet Her,Yet When She Got To Me, She Asked Me Pertinent Questions & Seemed Genuinely Interested In Talking 2 Me.I’m Proud She Was A [cow emoji] & Happy She Had a Great Sense Of Humor.”

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Many of Cher’s followers took to the comments and said they were left confused by the message, and said they think she meant to say the Queen is the ‘goat’.

Explaining this, one person wrote: “I think Cher meant GOAT here instead of cow but we’ll allow it.”

“She meant GOAT,” added another.

Other celebrities took to the comments of Cher’s post and also paid tribute to the Queen, with Mick Jagger penning: “For my whole life Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II has always been there.

“In my childhood, I can recall watching her wedding highlights on TV. I remember her as a beautiful young lady, to the much-beloved grandmother of the nation.

“My deepest sympathies are with the Royal family.”

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Reportedly, Cher first met the Queen back in 1988, at the Steven Spielberg premiere of Empire of the Sun.

Apparently, they met once again in 2001, when the ‘Believe’ singer performed at the 2001 Royal Variety Performance.

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