Shania Twain horseback riding arrival on her Las Vegas show grabs attention (Photo)By Angel Cuala on Nov 15, 2012 in Entertainment, Hollywood, Music •
Canadian singer Shania Twain makes a horseback riding arrival on her grand entrance to her show titled “Shania: Still the One” in Las Vegas on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, as shown in the photo below, and has reportedly grabbed the attention of the crowd.
Shania Twain, on her horseback riding
arrival in her show in Las Vegas
Image Credit: AP for Caesars Palace
As noted by the Examiner, Shania Twain‘s horseback stint caused the Las Vegas Strip to be closed after she was only riding on a horse but was also accompanied by 40 other horses in a slow and organized “stampede” for her dramatic entrance at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Back in June 2011, Twain announced via press conference her upcoming Still the One show, which will start on December 1, 2012. Last September, the 47-year old five-time ‘Grammy Award’ winner told Up! Magazine in an exclusive interview that she is preparing hard for the show and will be recording a new album.
“My first step in creating the show was writing out the song list, building my ideas from there. I wanted to keep the hits at the heart of it all while weaving elements of surprise throughout the experience.” Shania Twain was quoted in a press release posted on her official website, ShaniaTwain.com last June.
“My vision is to bring the atmosphere of each song alive through multi- dimension sensory and share the journey of my life and career with the audience from a unique perspective. The Colosseum theater is heaven for an artist and the opportunity to collaborate with such a brilliant team is making my dream show a reality.” Twain added.
Shania Twain, on her horseback riding arrival in her show in Las Vegas
Image Credit: Rex Features
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