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Cher to marry former Hells Angels biker

OHMYGOSSIP — Popstar Cher is set to marry a former Hells Angels biker. The singer, 66, will tie the knot with Tim Medvetz, 42, this autumn with the couple planning on having a quickie ceremony at a wedding chapel in Las Vegas.

The nuptials will be the culmination of a road trip the pair intend to take across the US which will end in the gambling capital.

“Cher and Tim plan to hop on the back of a chopper this fall and take off on a road trip that will end at a Vegas wedding chapel,” a source said.

Cher and Tim were previously in a relationship a few years ago and came close to getting wed in 2008 but her busy career scuppered their plans.

After the romance ended, the Burlesque star was convinced she wouldn’t marry again, but her transgender son Chaz, 43, and other son Elijah Blue, 36, urged her to rekindle the relationship with Tim, and she took the advice and has never been happier.

“This is Cher’s last chance at love, and she has her sons Chaz and Elijah Blue to thank,” said the source.

“Chaz sat Cher down and said, ‘Mom, get a life! Go back to Tim!’

“The two met up secretly and they picked up right where they left off. Now Cher is beam­ing, and Tim told a pal, ‘I thought climbing Everest was the ultimate call of the wild, but I think marrying Cher will top that!’ “


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