Shania Twain Releases Video From Las Vegas Residency
On Friday (Feb. 20), Twain released the video performance for her 1999 hit. At the clip's start, viewers get a glimpse into Twain's live show with a montage of performances which are full of costume changes, sparkles and choreographed moves. Nearly 20 seconds in, the familiar guitar licks from her hit are heard before her memorable opening line to the song: "Let's go, girls!"
Dressed in black from head to toe, with a top hat and black overcoat, Twain soon loses her coverup to reveal knee-high black leather boots and a short sparkly black dress complete with black gloves and a black choker.
This is the first video released from Twain's upcoming 18-track CD and DVD Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas, which will be released on March 3.
'This show has been a labor of love for over three years," Twain said in a press release. 'It has meant so much to me and was such a privilege to live out my visions on that stage, and it is so exciting to now get to share the whole experience with the fans all over the world!" Watch the video here.
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