Shania Twain's Still the One Las Vegas concert extravaganza is off to a strong start, but the fate of the Shania Twain Centre, the tourist attraction located in the Canadian singer's hometown of Timmins, Ont., is uncertain.
It looks like maybe Blake Shelton and Keith Urban have started a trend. Shelton became the first major country star to appear on a mainstream reality TV singing competition when he signed on as a coach for 'The Voice,' while Urban is appearing as a judge on the upcoming season of 'American Idol.' Now, according to reports, Simon Cowell is trying to woo country superstar Shania Twain for 'X Factor.'
Las Vegas is turning into a second home for more and more country music superstars, and one singer allegedly isn't happy about it. Shania Twain is reportedly "seething" that coverage of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Soul2Soul residency is taking away from her comeback show at Ceasars Palace.
Little Sheldon holds nothing back in this video from 2005. He's "going out tonight and feeling alright" in his Winnie the Pooh T-shirt and gym shorts. It'd be impossible to find a more adorable recreation of Shania Twain's 1999 hit on YouTube. Even the singer herself has to admire the little boy's passion and energy.
Shania Twain proved she was still the most popular country music singer in the world when she released 'Up!' in 2002. The album features hit singles like the titletrack, 'I'm Gonna Getcha Good' and 'Forever and for Always.' The sad news related to this anniversary is that it also means it's been an entire decade since Twain has released a new album.
A Shania Twain tour stop is an economic boom for local produce farmers. While on the road, the singer hopes for a small truckload of lemons, papayas, mangoes, bananas, melons, beets, broccoli and carrots -- 10 pounds of carrots...
Superstar Shania Twain has never been one to do things small, but she topped herself on Wednesday (Nov. 14) by arriving for her upcoming Las Vegas residency on horseback -- accompanied by a herd of an additional 40 horses.
On tonight's diva episode of 'X Factor,' country singer Tate Stevens served up a terrific version of Shania Twain's 'From This Moment On.' Stevens was atop the leaderboard in fan votes last week, so the country genre is well-represented on this particular reality series. The fact that Stevens chose to sing a country diva's song for this themed episode was also a nice touch and kept country deeply embedded in the show.
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