Shania Twain A Hit In Las Vegas After A Decade Away From The Stage
Las Vegas, NV – Shania Twain took to the sage at Caesars Palace and proved that she is still country super-star material. A decade ago, Twain was heralded as one of the biggest music stars in America. She crossed the boundaries between country and pop music flawlessly. On Saturday evening, she brought the house down in Las Vegas and showed she has the potential to be a smashing success the second time around.
Shania Twain began a two-year musical residency at the Colosseum at Caesar Palace on Saturday night, the New York Times reports. The entered the stage wearing a form-fitting and sparkly bodysuit on a motorcycle suspended in the air. Twain spent approximately an hour and a half on stage giving fans an exciting and glittery performance that she was known for during the 90s and early 2000s.
Excluding the “dry runs” for her premiere show, Shania Twain had not performed in public since the Up! tour in 2004. The country singer made national headlines in 2008 when her marriage to her producer husband Mutt Lange fell apart when he reportedly left her for one of her close friends. The tabloids picked up on the singer’s personal tragedy and published multiple stories on the matter.
Twain was a guest judge on American Idol in 2010. In 2011, Shania published her memoir, From This Moment On. She also participated in a self-help style reality show, Why Not? With Shania Twain on the Oprah Winfrey Network. On the reality show, the music star discussed struggling with her voice. She noted that her singing voice had eluded her for both psychological and physical reasons after the peak of her career.
Shania’s show is titled, Still The One and includes an 18-song set, according to Billboard.