Shania Twain Shares Hilarious On-Stage Mix-Up

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Shania Twain returns to Las Vegas

Shania Twain kicked off her 2024 Come on Over residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas in May, which was designed to celebrate “all the hits” from her 30-year music career.

The show promised to keep Shania’s iconic music at the forefront but also planned to incorporate a fashionable and creative edge. In a conversation with Haute Living, the Grammy award winner shared:

“I’m definitely going to focus on fashion for the upcoming shows. It will be a different wardrobe than anyone has ever seen, but it’s also an entirely different show from anything I’ve done before. It’s going to be more athletic, more dynamic in terms of the talent on stage. It’s going to feel more energized than ever.” 

Planet Hollywood’s Bakkt Theater provides an intimate atmosphere for this current collection of shows, creating a contrast from the large-scale arenas visited on her world tour.

Accidental On-Stage Mix-Up

During the final weekend of the first leg of her residency, Shania made a comical mistake mid-performance. While singing her hit song “(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!” the 58-year-old held the microphone in one hand and a prop, which looked like a baton, in the other.

During the chorus, she lifted the prop to her mouth and sang into it instead of the mic! Once she realized what she had done, she could not help but laugh and make light of the mishap.

The mix-up was captured on video by a fan in the audience, which Shania later shared and, along with it, wrote:

“I’m really glad somebody captured this moment, it’s made me laugh all over again 😂” 

Watch the laughable clip below! 


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The Come on Over residency will take a hiatus while Shania completes her European tour in June and July, but will resume at Planet Hollywood in August.

With six albums released and more than 100 million albums sold worldwide, Shania Twain remains the top-selling female country pop artist of all time.