Shania Twain Lights Up Denver’s Pepsi Center With Fireworks, Pyro [Pictures]
When Shania Twain stopped in Denver to play the Pepsi Center recently, she had all of the requirements: big fashion, big lighting, big, fiery explosions and even bigger hits!
Twain's final tour is her biggest — and flashiest — in many years, and she continues to prove she's a seasoned entertainer. The 50-year-old stunned in more ways than one at the Colorado show, donning a black leather fringe jacket over a Rolling Stones shirt for a rocker-meets-country ensemble. Her leather boots went well above her knees, and, at times, she wore a pair of red shades. The "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" singer doesn't age, and her fans don't give up, packing the venue for classics like "Any Man of Mine," "You're Still the One," "From This Moment On" and more, with Twain even serenading the crowd from a saddle at one point.
Add in the pyro, lights and fireworks and it was a full-on concert party, as well as a night to remember. "Music has been amazing therapy for me," Twain told the audience, describing her return to music after a lengthy break which included a time of personal turmoil.
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