When country fans think of artists they could see in Las Vegas, Shania Twain is one of the first that comes to mind. The “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” singer previously held a successful residency at Caesars Palace for two years, from December 2012 through the end of 2014.
After that, Twain embarked on two massive tours. The first of those treks, the Rock This Country Tour, ran throughout 2015. Then, in 2018, she toured the world on her Now Tour in support of her album of the same name.
But by the end of 2019, Twain decided it was time to come back “home” to Vegas once more. During the summer, she announced her plans to kick off a second residency in Sin City, this time at the Zappos Theater at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
The Zappos Theater also serves as the home for Gwen Stefani‘s Just a Girl residency, which started in the summer of 2018 and is still running.
Twain’s new Vegas residency at the Zappos Theater is called “Let’s Go!” in honor of the opening line from “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” which is “Let’s go girls.”
The “Let’s Go!” residency kicked off on December 6, 2019, and shows are scheduled through June 2020. Rolling Stone reports Twain is serving as the residency’s creative director, and will use each show to “draw the connections between different eras of her work.”
As expected, the fans’ reactions to Twain’s new residency have been overwhelmingly postive, making her one of the brightest stars in town. So it only makes sense that the city of Las Vegas tapped her to help promote its new slogan.
For years, the city’s slogan has been “What happens here, stays here.” But on Sunday (January 26), Las Vegas debuted a new slogan during the Grammy Awards, “What happens here, only happens here.”
A new commercial shows various Vegas stars and sights as the new slogan is introduced. Twain appears in the clip for just a few seconds, but her appearance is a memorable one.
Seen riding her horse past the Binion’s Gambling Hall in Downtown Vegas while people shout her name, Twain says, “It has a melody, only the fearless can hear.”
The commercial also features an appearance from former Voice coach Christina Aguilera and ends with Aerosmith yelling the new slogan to a packed crowd.
You can see how the whole commercial comes together by checking it out below. Twain definitely stands out in the clip!