Christina Applegate Shares Her Bucket List Items: 'Shots with Cher!"

The actress shared the things she wants to accomplish amid her ongoing struggle with multiple sclerosis

<p>John Shearer/Getty; Steve Granitz/FilmMagic</p> Christina Applegate said she wants to do shots with Cher.

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Christina Applegate said she wants to do shots with Cher.

Christina Applegate has a few things she wants to accomplish “with the days I have left in life” — but they’re not all serious.

In a post on X, the platform previously known as Twitter, Applegate, 52, wrote, “There are things I want to do with the days I have left in life. I want to work with Shirley MacLaine And do shots with cher! And yes my days are so big. Just saying.”

Although MacLaine just turned 90, she is far from retiring; The actress is set to begin filming a new movie, People Not Places, in Atlantic City this year, and is sharing photos from her life in the upcoming book The Wall of Life, which will be released on October 22.

<p>Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty; Steven Simione/Getty</p> Christina Applegate and Shirley MacLaine.

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Christina Applegate and Shirley MacLaine.

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As for the shots with Cher, the pop icon was tagged by fans in Applegate’s post, but has yet to reply.

The Married with Children alum's post comes amid the star’s ongoing struggle with multiple sclerosis, which she was diagnosed with in 2021.

It’s not the first time the Dead to Me star has faced health challenges: She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and underwent a double mastectomy — later having her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in 2017, since she carries the BRCA1 gene mutation that causes a heightened risk of developing cancer.

The Anchorman star has been sharing details of her health journey on MeSsy, the podcast she co-hosts with Sopranos alum Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who revealed her own MS diagnosis in 2020.

As Verywell Health explains, MS "is a chronic disease, but it's almost never a fatal one," largely due to breakthroughs in treatment.

However, the chronic illness is marked by symptoms that include pain, vertigo, short-term memory problems, and fatigue — just to name a few.

Related: Selma Blair 'Cried' After Doctor Suggested She Get a Boyfriend While Seeking Help for 'Unbearable' MS Pain

The mom to daughter Sadie, 13, whom she shares with husband, musician Martyn Le Noble, called her diagnosis “devastating” — telling PEOPLE “I know I’ll live a long enough life . . . to experience my kid and the things she’s going to do. And I need to be here, so I’ve got to fight."

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