Cher is the only artist to have a number one single on a Billboard chart in each of the last 6 decades!
Cher got her first number one on a Billboard list Aug. 14, 1965, with Sonny & Cher's "I Got You Babe." The song was at the top of the charts for three weeks. In the '70s, she had three Hot 100 number ones on her own with the songs "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves, "Half-Breed" and "Dark Lady".
She got another '70s number one with Sonny, "All I Ever Need Is You," on the Adult Contemporary airplay chart in 1971. Then in the '80s, the AC chart continued bless Cher, as she secured number ones on the survey in 1989 with "After All," with Peter Cetera, and her iconic "If I Could Turn Back Time."
In the '90s, Cher shot back to the Hot 100, where she remained for four weeks at number one in 1999 with the title track from her album "Believe." The song would go on to finish 1999 as the year's top Hot 100 single. It also hit number one on our Dance/Club Songs chart in 1999, as did two more singles from "Believe": "Strong Enough" and "All or Nothing."
In the '00s, Cher landed two more number ones on Dance/Club Play Songs: "A Different Kind of Love Song" in 2002 and "When the Money's Gone" in 2003, both from her album "Living Proof." Finally she hit her 6th decade of number ones with her song “You Haven’t Seen The Last of Me” from her movie Burlesque.