The legendary Cher made sure to protect herself and others from the coronavirus by wearing a Biden-Harris face mask arriving to a Pride brunch at LGBTQ lounge The Garden Las Vegas in Nevada on Saturday afternoon.
There have been nearly 79K confirmed COVID-19 cases in Las Vegas leading to 1,492 deaths as of Sunday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
The 74-year-old pop icon - who's only a Tony away from EGOT status - also wore a 'Vote 2020' T-shirt under a black fringed blazer, b&w-striped neckerchief, black skinny pants, and motorcycle boots.
Hairstylist Serena Radaelli coiffed Cher's signature middle-parted raven waves for the presidential rally promoting Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his VP nominee Kamala Harris.
Make-up artist Francesca Tolot applied pink eye shadow and lashes to the suspiciously unwrinkled Chiquitita songstress, and she made sure her pout was extra glossy.
Cher (born Cherilyn Sarkisian) originally endorsed the 77-year-old former Vice President on February 17, and she plans on hosting another event for him in Arizona soon.
The half-Armenian SoCal native later swapped her black blazer for a silver glittery jacket to perform songs at a residential shopping center in Las Vegas.
While there, Cher sang her 1995 cover of Marc Cohn's 1991 song Walking In Memphis.
Las Vegas feels like 'home' to the outspoken Democrat, who headlined a $52.8M-grossing, 104-date Classic Cher residency at Park MGM's 5,200-seat Park Theater last year.
'God [I] wish I was going down the [street], on stage 2 [singing and dancing]. [I] miss making people happy,' Cher - who boasts 7.1M social media followers - tweeted Saturday.
'[I] know people all over the world want, "need," to get back to work. I just want to make people happy again. First things first - got to get Joe elected, so we can be safe and we can all sing our hearts out.'
The Montclair College Prep drop-out previously said Biden moved her to tears with his 'great' speech at Gettysburg on October 6, and she gushed that he 'is the only man I trust with the with lives of my family.'
Cher 're-wrote an old song and did a video' for the star-studded, virtual I Will Vote Concert streaming Sunday night at 8pm EST with tickets ranging between $25-$1,000.
The impressive line-up includes John Legend, Jennifer Hudson, Jon Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, Macy Gray, Ciara, Dave Matthews, P!nk, Ben Platt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Helen Mirren, Billy Porter, Amy Schumer, and the Queer Eye's Fab Five.
The twice-divorced mother-of-two will next play herself in Kirk Wise's home invasion animated comedy Bobbleheads: The Movie - released on VOD/DVD December 8 - alongside Luke Wilson, Jennifer Coolidge, and Brenda Song.