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Cher’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Show Interrupted By Christmas-Colored Glitch


Cher, the reigning Queen of Christmas, was nearly interrupted during her live performance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade by an unidentified holiday spirit, raising the question: Is Mariah Carey in the room with us?

All kidding aside, during Thursday’s live broadcast on NBC, the 77-year-old pop icon briefly interrupted her performance of her new holiday single “DJ Play a Christmas Song”— lifted from her latest album Christmas— with a two-second, Yuletide-colored visual glitch that was visible on both a national television broadcast and a YouTube TV feed that EW watched.

About halfway through Cher’s performance, the star continued to sing as the screen changed to a combination of red, green, and gold hues. (NBC rectified the error in time for the parade to be broadcast on the West Coast.)

Cher, adorned in a white button-down shirt and black tie, paired with shimmering pants, looked stunning as she grooved through the streets of Manhattan with her celebratory backup dancers. The rest of the set went off without a hitch.

Cher’s performance was the last on the telecast, which also featured performances by Brandy, the actors from Shucked, Alex Newell, and other Broadway shows.

During the performance, Beyoncé also made an unexpected appearance. She began by wishing Americans a happy Thanksgiving via video message, followed by a new trailer for her Renaissance tour film.

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