When it comes to political women like Sarah Palin and Arizona governor Jan Brewer, celebrities tend to have strong opinions and legendary songstress Cher is among them!
In a new interview with Vanity Fair, Cher not only opened up about her son Chaz Bono's gender reassignment surgery, but also on her feelings about Jan and Sarah.
“I got so obsessed with C-SPAN that it was kind of interfering with my life,” Cher told Vanity Fair. “Sarah Palin came on, and I thought, Oh, f***, this is the end. Because a dumb woman is a dumb woman.”
And she wasn't shy expressing her feelings about Jan either!
“She was worse than Sarah Palin, if that is possible,” Cher said. “This woman was like a deer in headlights. She’s got a handle on the services of the state, and I would not let her handle the remote control.”
And keeping with the theme, Cher shared her two cents on taxes.
“I would be willing to pay a lot more taxes, because I make a lot more money, but I don’t want to give them more to just f*** things up more,” she explained. “It really should fall on people like me to get together and do things to help the people in this country. If you’re not worrying about how to put food on your table, you should be worrying about why other people don’t have food on their table.”
“I remember a great America where we made everything," Cher added. "There was a time when the only thing you got from Japan was a really bad cheap transistor radio that some aunt gave you for Christmas.”
Cher's interview in Vanity Fair hits newsstands on Thursday!