The iconic singer and actress will open the show with a performance of the song "Believe" on Nov. 4, ABC announced during Monday's broadcast. After her performance, Cher will join Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli at the judges' table.
The competition is heating up for the seven remaining couples, who will compete in two rounds of dance next week. In the first round, the couples will tackle a dance style they have not previously performed, including Tango, Argentine Tango, Contemporary, Viennese Waltz, Jazz, Disco and Foxtrot.
In a special twist, the couple to get the highest total score from the judges will receive immunity and not be subject to elimination.
In the second round of dance, the couples will compete in a dance-off.
To close the show, Cher will perform her new single, "I Hope You Find It" from her current album, "Closer To The Truth."
Cher, who has had a career spanning nearly 50 years, has various awards under her belt, including an Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, Golden Globe as well as accolades from the Cannes Film Festival and the People's Choice Awards.