Cher likes her ''off time'' from being glamorous.

The 'If I Could Turn Back Time' hitmaker insists she's not a different person onstage but says her glamorous look is just part of a ''heightened reality''.

She told People magazine: ''It's not a difference in exactly who I am, but it's a heightened reality. You know, you can't go around being glamorous Cher all the time. I go around just in my sweatpants. I don't go around in makeup, I have my hair in a ponytail. I like my off time.''

Meanwhile, the 72-year-old singer revealed she is ''raggedy'' when she's at home.

She previously confessed: ''I go around at home like I'm just raggedy. Clean, but slobby. I've got shirts - my favourite shirt is 30 years old. As a matter of fact, people have pictures chronicling this shirt for a million years, and I don't care, and I don't care how many times I wear it. One of the things I really hate and just pisses me off is: Because everything is disposable ... Once I wear this, I'll never be able to wear it again. But that's dumb. I don't want to play that; that's a young girl's game.''

And Cher recently claimed ''five pounds of make-up'' is the secret to her youthful appearance in 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again'.

Asked how she manages to look so young, she shared: ''Make-up. Five pounds of make-up. Also the director really liked me, and I think he took extra special care to light me. That has a lot to do with it. He was wonderful.''