Shania Twain Stops Las Vegas Traffic
Shania Twain, 47, hit Las Vegas in style this afternoon, riding up the famous Vegas Strip on horseback for her approach to Caesars Palace, where she is beginning a two-year residency for her upcoming show, Shania: Still the One, which kicks off its first performance at the Colosseum on December 1, 2012.
While Twain is more than excited about the new stint, she also enjoyed stopping traffic (literally) to ride up to the famous Vegas casino and hotel, following a cavalcade of 40 horses before her, reports the Las Vegas Sun. "I could have gone riding all around town all day," she said, while Caesars Palace President Gary Selesner joked back, "I thought you were headed for the Mirage."
But Twain couldn't be happier to kick off her new performer-in-residence position, which will reportedly feature "all of her biggest hits," according to the website for the show, and hopefully prove that she is, in fact, "still the one."
"I am loving Las Vegas," she said. "We are being treated like gold. I am going to miss it whenever I take a break, and we haven't even started the show yet. Our adrenaline is racing at the highest level. I am high on it. A lot of work is going into the show with new, never-before-seen elements. It's going to be a very personalized show."
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