The musical icon updated her fans with an exclusive snapshot of a special performance, and the fans can't stop admiring her for it.
The photo sees Twain raising her arms up in the air during mid-performance as she rocks the stage in a glamorous and glossy pink dress.
The "You're Still the One" singer captioned her post, "I had such an amazing night at the [American Music Awards]. Roll on Vegas! My residency starts in just over [one week]."
Her fans and followers on Instagram welcomed the post and showered the singer with their adoration in the comments section.
One fan commended her for her performance calling her the "Queen," while another fan admitted that the show was "amazing" and that Twain absolutely "nailed it."
However, the most notable comment came from celebrity fashion designer Marc Bouwer, who wrote, "Absolutely electrifying performance."
Twain also posted another snapshot from the same event, which was taken backstage. Twain flaunted her pink dress in the photo as she wrote in the caption, "Pretty in pink at [American Music Awards]. What an incredible night!"
It is clear from her posts that she absolutely enjoyed herself at the 2019 American Music Awards.
In her previous post, Twain also dropped a quick teaser about her upcoming Las Vegas residency show, "Let's Go!," which is all set to open at Zappos Theater, Las Vegas on December 6, 2019.
According to an official announcement on Twain's website, the singer is ready to "push the boundaries in Vegas" and take the fans on a journey of "nostalgia."
In an interview with ET Online, Twain further opened up about her excitement for the show.
"It's a big undertaking and there's a lot of responsibility but I'm having a lot of fun with it. I'm wearing a lot of hats."
Meanwhile, it seems like Twain was not the only person who enjoyed her time onstage during the AMAs. Popular artist, Post Malone, was also previously caught on camera jamming out to her performance.
Malone himself also delivered a breathtaking performance during the event in collaboration with artists including Travis Scott and Ozzy Osbourne.