Pop superstar Cher is seriously considering returning to the road for her first tour since 2005.
In 2002, the Believe hitmaker declared Living Proof: The Farewell Tour would be her last and she stepped back from the limelight after completing the run of gigs in 2005.
She later signed up for a three-year Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum theatre at Caesars Palace hotel and casino, but now that that's a wrap, she's itching to get back onstage in front of her fans.
Cher is currently working on a new album and she admits she's already thinking about performing live again and incorporating tracks from her flop 2010 movie musical Burlesque - but only if her upcoming project is a chart hit.
In a series of posts on Twitter.com, she writes, "Talked Tour last nite (sic) at Studio...! Here's my Dilemma! I Love Doing The Show !! They'Re Always Fun! but... The Road can b (sic) Lonely when you're Not On stage ! But Last Nite (sic) we were talking Ideas's (sic), Stage, Songs, Putting in Yhsthom (You Haven't Seen the Last of Me) & Mayb (sic) Recreating 'Welcome 2 Burlesque' as it was in film on stage ! & if this CD has hits that would B Fun 4 (sic) new show !"
And Cher has encouraged fans to suggest tracks for a potential setlist.
She adds, "I would appreciate your top 10 or more fave songs ! That would b (sic) a good start!"