Shania Twain is officially a goddess.
The Man! I Feel Like A Woman! hitmaker, 58, is truly on top form as she writhed on stage in Toronto atop a motorbike wearing the best get-up we’ve ever seen last night.
For her gig at the Canadian venue, the in a low-cut crop top with sheer, floating sleeves, and a camouflaged waistcoat.
The two-piece get-up sported high-waisted pants, and Shania – the queen she is – wore studded fishnet tights to complete the edgy look as a sheer black train followed her around the stage.
Chunky gold earrings peeked out from Shania’s straight brown hair, in-keeping with mountains of gold bling which covered her neck and wrists, as she stomped around in dramatic booted heels.
The star’s makeup was on point, with some pink lipstick and smoky eyes, as she belted out her much-loved classics like That Don’t Impress Me Much, alongside her new single Waking Up Dreaming.
As part of her set Shania performs I’m Gonna Getcha Good while lying on a motorbike shaped like a horse – and pictures from Scotiabank Arena look as though she nailed the move last night.
The Canadian star was born in Windsor so must’ve revelled in putting on a show for her home country crowd.
In her London show last month, Shania got emotional over her dedicated fanbase, who rocketed her to fame on the release of her third album Come On Over in 1997.
‘I don’t think you understand what it means to me,’ she announced as her voice broke from the emotion.
The star has sold 100 million records, but was once
In 2018,went under the knife to repair damage to her vocal cords caused by Lyme disease, which she contracted 15 years earlier.
Speaking to Metro, she explained that the successful procedure also helped her overcome her career-long struggle with stage fright.
‘I would freak out before going on stage, it was such an anxiety panic-attack situation,’ she said.
‘I’ve learned a lot about mind over matter, more than ever before. Since my surgery, I’ve learned I am so lucky that I am able to sing. It’s like, “Wow, OK, the last thing I want to be, or should be, is afraid to get out there”.’
Back in July while performing for Illinois, , but recovered with apparent ease.
later reported that the singer was not injured, while fans told the outlet that ‘the packed crowd did not react when Shania took her spill’ because she continued with the show so smoothly.
Apart from that little misstep, Shania seems to be on top performance form.
She is heading to Quebec next, before touching down in Montreal and a whole load of other Canadian venues.
Shania is ending her tour with a series of nights in Las Vegas’ Convention Center, which come to a close next December.