Big of hair and talent, little of skirt and tact, Cher's charisma and cojones propelled a career that's spanned four decades and counting. Denounced by obvious female haters as one of the "worst dressed" celebrities for her sexed-up slut wear and tattoos, as well as being criticized for her acid tongue and lusty taste for bad boys such as Gene Simmons, this dark lady has ultimately had the last laugh. Known as "She Who Sings for Bathhouse Boys" to a tribe of Will & Grace lovers, Cher is most beloved and imitated for her lustful lungs and ostentatious nature. She continues to make wampum from singles during her Sonny Bono co-singing days, and in a day where teeny queens rule, this seasoned squaw has stayed on the warpath to success with mega hits such as "If I Could Turn Back Time" and "Believe." Then there's that little gold statue she won for Best Actress in Moonstruck (1987). If you really want to be dumbstruck, find Cher's first flick, Chastity (1969). This digger of wigs shows her budding teepees prior to surgical scalping.