Shania Twain Arrives on Horseback for Vegas Residency
Superstar Shania Twain has never been one to do things small, but she topped herself on Wednesday (Nov. 14) by arriving for her upcoming Las Vegas residency on horseback -- accompanied by a herd of an additional 40 horses.
According to the Associated Press, nine wranglers escorted Twain as she rode up to a temporary stage outside of Caesars Palace, where she paraded around for a photo op before dismounting to attend a reception of several hundred people. Police diverted traffic for half an hour to keep the spectacle from becoming a logjam in the streets of Las Vegas.
The singer is set to kick off her show 'Shania: Still the One' at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace on Dec. 1. The show is slated to run for two years, featuring a multi-media production that will take fans through Twain's entire career, during which she has sold more than 75 million albums worldwide to become one of the best-selling female artists in country music history.
“My vision is to bring the atmosphere of each song alive through multi-dimension sensory [experiences] and share the journey of my life and career with the audience from a unique perspective,” the singer said in June.