Unsuspecting couple met Cher at the movies & had no idea until she posted their pic on Twitter

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An unsuspecting opposite-sex couple met gay icon Cher outside of a movie theater and had no idea until the world-famous singer posted their picture on Twitter.

The two were taking photos outside of the venue as part of the woman’s birthday celebration. Enter Cher.

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“When we were coming out of movie I saw beautiful Couple,” Cher wrote with a photo of the happy couple. “He Was taking Her pic….She had flowers I said … can I take your Pic….Had my mask on so they didn’t Know Who I was. MAYBE Just a crazy woman.. THAT ME (sic).”

“See how adorable they are?”

The couple quickly responded, confirming that they had no idea who was taking their picture.

“Omg!” the young woman tweeted in response. “That’s me, and it was my birthday! Wow! I can’t believe it!”

She later told everyone, “It was dark, and she was fully covered, but we kept thinking this wasn’t an average person.”

Her boyfriend, Tehran Stokes, also responded, tweeting, “Wow! So we really did meet CHER! This night will certainly be remembered forever.”

“If only we could ‘Turn Back Time’,” she responded to him.

The internet quickly blew up with happiness for the couple and jealousy of their luck.

“Happy Belated Birthday!” one user responded. “Thanks for being part of such a sweet little story on Twitter today- this is what I thought the internet was gonna be used for.”

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