Shania Twain fans certainly got their money's worth at her headlining slot at Stagecoach 2017. In addition to debuting her new single, Twain brought Kelsea Ballerini to the stage to sing with her on one of her signature hits.

Ballerini joined Twain onstage in Indio, Calif., Saturday night (April 29) for a joint rendition of "Any Man of Mine," the song that gave Twain her first No. 1 hit when it was released as the second single from her landmark The Woman in Me album in 1995.

After they performed the song, the women engaged in a mutual admiration society in front of the crowd.

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“This is such a beautiful moment. I had the chance to meet Kelsea not too long ago at an awards event, and she was just the sweetest person," Twain told the Stagecoach crowd.

“She sang 'Peter Pan,' and I cried!” Ballerini added.

As promised, Twain also took the opportunity to debut her new single, "Life's About to Get Good," which is the first single from a new album she will release in September. The single is set for official release in June. The new project is her first all-new album since Up! in 2002, and Twain has shared other titles from the album, including  “Light of My Life” and “I’m Alright.” The upcoming album also includes a song about her divorce from Lange titled “Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl.”

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