Shania Twain made a much-anticipated return to the American Music Awards Sunday night (November 24), and the wait was well worth it.
The “Any Man Of Mine” singer was the talk of the red carpet with her dramatic look that included a beige silk shirt with flared sleeves, a sequined fitted skirt with a train, and a neck scarf. She wore her hair in a half up-do with the rest in curls draping over her shoulder.
23 years after winning her first AMA trophy, Twain returned to perform the closing number for the event, a medley of some of her biggest career hits. In a surprise move, Shania kicked off her performance with covers of Post Malone’s “Rockstar,” Twenty One Pilots’ “Stressed Out,” Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” and Drake’s “God’s Plan.”
Man! I feel like… we will never be getting over this @ShaniaTwain #AMAs performance. ICONIC. ? pic.twitter.com/ho6jdeHhF9
— American Music Awards (@AMAs) November 25, 2019
She then transitioned into her own hit, “You’re Still The One” before getting the crowd on their feet with “Any Man of Mine” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” She closed out the show with “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” a song that had the crowd dancing and singing along.
Twain has won favorite country female artist three times, and her mega-selling 1997 album Come On Over won the favorite country album award.
See a clip of Shania Twain’s American Music Awards return in the video below.