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    Cher's Tweet About The Queen Of England's Passing Was Made Unintentionally Hilarious By The Wrong Emoji

    I may be going to hell for laughing at this.

    After news of the Queen of England's death made headlines, plenty of celebrities took to social media to offer their (admittedly mixed) reactions.

    A closeup of the queen smiling

    One of said celebs was none other than Cher, who A) had met the Queen a handful of times, and B) has a Twitter account that deserves to be studied in college courses.

    Cher at an event rocking a wide-brimmed hat

    The tweet started profoundly, with Cher writing, "Am sad about the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Had [the] honor of meeting her."

    "I was in [a] long line of people waiting to meet her, yet when she got to me, she asked me pertinent questions and seemed genuinely interested in talking to me," she continued.

    the queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

    Then there's the rest of the tweet....which I'll just leave here for a second:

    The end of the tweet reads "I'm proud she was a [cow emoji] and happy she had a great sense of humor"

    Because yes, Cher did seem to unintentionally call Queen Elizabeth II a cow:

    Presumably, Cher meant to call the Queen a "GOAT" and simply used the wrong emoji. Happens to the best of us!

    At least the Queen apparently had a sense of humor!