Country superstar Shania Twain kicked off her “Still the One” show on Saturday night at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to begin her new two-year live run.
On Saturday, the return of Shania Twain with “Still the One” combined hits from the country singer’s extensive music catalogue. To start the show, Twain appeared in mid-air, suspended on a motorcycle.
“The show is very fun for me,” Shania told reporters on Friday before the show’s official premiere. “I was a bit worried that we were staying in the same place. Was I going to lose that edge? But I’ve never had a show this exciting before.”
Twain took country music by storm in 1997 with Come On Over, which included such massive hits as “You’re Still the One”, “Man! I feel Like a Woman”, and “That Don’t Impress Me Much”. At the time, Come On Over became the best-selling studio album by a female in any genre with 40 million albums sold worldwide.
Twain confirmed her two-year residency at Caesars Palace in the summer of 2011 and joined the likes of Cher and fellow Canadian Celine Dion to option multi-year headlining shows.
Are you glad Shania’s back with “Still the One” in Las Vegas?