In 2009, Cher's daughter, Chastity Bono, underwent gender reassignment. She now lives as a man and goes by the name Chaz, something Cher is still getting used to. "Well, she's a very smart girl -- boy! This is where I get into trouble. My pronouns are f---. I still don't remember to call her 'him,'" Cher says in the new Vanity Fair. And the singer admits she can barely imagine undergoing such a transformation: "If I woke up tomorrow in a guy's body, I would just kick and scream and cry and f---- rob a bank, because I cannot see myself as anything but who I am -- a girl. I would not take it as well as Chaz has." Cher also said she's surprised that she and former husband Sonny Bono, who died in 1998, are not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. "It just seems kind of rude. Sonny was a good writer, and we started something that no one else was doing," she told the magazine. "We were weird hippies before there was a name for it, when the Beatles were wearing sweet little haircuts and round-collared suits…. We influenced a generation, and it’s like: What more do you want?” Watch the trailer for Cher's new movie, "Burlesque"