Shania Twain to Resume Las Vegas Residency, Announces 14 Shows

by Madison Miller
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The Queen of Country Pop is taking her throne at Las Vegas.

It’s one that she has kept exceptionally warm over the years. She’s coming back to prove that no one does a Las Vegas show quite like Shania Twain.

Shania Twain has announced today that she has 14 new show dates for her “Shania Twain Let’s Go! The Residency” at the Zappos Theater. It’s inside the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

According to ET Canada, the “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” singer will be performing from December 2-12. She will then perform again from February 11-26 in 2022. As Twain says, “Love Gets Me Every Time,” which she’ll be proving during a special Valentine’s Day performance.

Similar to other artists, Twain was forced to take a bit of a hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. After more than a year spent away from the big stage and crowds of fans ready to scream, “Let’s Go Girls!” Twain is more than ready to make her grand return.

If anyone’s saying “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” Shania Twain is also taking this as a chance to give back in dire times. There will be $1 from each ticket purchased going toward the Shania Kids Can foundation. This is the singer’s own charity that seeks to help kids that are facing poverty and other issues.

If you’re looking to book a ticket, sales will start on June 1 at 1 p.m. ET, here.

While she may not have been able to perform, Twain has proved that there are other ways to still be a magnificent entertainer. For anyone on TikTok, Twain has brought in new droves of younger fans to listen to her music with her entertaining videos.

From throwback clips of her adorable dog to Randy Travis lip-synching, Twain is quite the social media influencer.

Shania Twain in New Docuseries

In addition to heading to Vegas, Shania Twain may be popping up on your television screen soon.

According to CMT, on June 22, Netflix and Banger Films are gearing up for a pop music docuseries called “This is Pop.” Essentially, it will focus on the evolution of the ever-changing pop sound over the past seven decades.

The docuseries wouldn’t be complete without a little Shania shoutout. Her album from 1997, “Come On Over,” remains one of the best-selling albums of all time. The trailer for the series shows her being interviewed.

Each episode will focus on a different “segment” of pop music. Some of the episode titles are “Auto-Tune,” “Hail Britpop!” “When County Goes Pop,” and “Festival Rising.” Twain will help define what country music is and where she considers the line to be between pop and country.

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