She’s back! Shania Twain has been hinting at a comeback for nearly a year, and through social media and dozens of rumors of her appearing at award shows for the highly anticipated return, it’s finally official.
In a smart move, Shania Twain surprisingly showed up and blew fans away during her revival at the infamous Stagecoach festival, where she not only debuted her newest single but also teamed up with various artists to showcase her biggest hits!
Country music’s best-selling female artist played her new song, Life’s About to Get Good, about an hour into her Saturday night set at Stagecoach.
“I wrote this specific song about the good and bad in life and how important it is to have both,” the headliner said. “We got to take the good with the bad, right? No pain, no gain.”
A backdrop of a pink house changed to highway and city scenes as the singer, wearing a black fringe crop top and black lace pants, danced across the platform. At the end of the song, Twain raised both hands in the air before launching into Honey, I’m Home and You Win My Love.
“This is the party of the year for me,” she said. “I don’t get out much actually. I’ve been very busy in the studio making new music, being a mom, being a wife, all these other hats, so this is like my party night.”
“It’s kinda dusty around here on these grounds, so let’s kick up some dust,” she added before singing Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?, I Ain’t No Quitter and Love Gets Me Every Time.