As we all know, Cher rules over the world with a kind benevolence. Her lordship naturally extends to Twitter, where she brings the fire pretty much every day.

Of course, Cher also has a habit of tweeting things that make very little sense.

Like almost no sense. And, of course, it's delightful.

Fortunately for all of us, Cher released a video in which she explains the thought process behind some of her strangest tweets!

Twitter users felt like they were getting a masterclass from the best of the best.

Of course, some of Cher's tweets are still a bit confusing.

But don't expect any fans to point that out to their Queen.

Cher is truly the holy trinity of Twitter. If that doesn't make sense to you, you've learned nothing about Cher-style tweeting. You should probably watch that video again.

In other news, there's one more video that probably even more important. Cher's cover of Fernando. It's time to listen.


H/T - Indy100, Buzzfeed

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