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People: Shania Twain Talks about Her Las Vegas Residency and Backstage Cooking Skills

Olowokandi Fiyin
May 27, 2021
01:20 P.M.
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Shania Twain opened up about her upcoming Las Vegas Residency and her love for cooking backstage. The country music icon expressed excitement about going back on stage.

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After the COVID-19 pandemic shut everything down last year, Shania Twain is more than thrilled to be returning to her one true love ― performing ― and she is telling her beloved fans all about it.

In a recent interview with People Magazine, Twain opened up about her upcoming Las Vegas Residency "Let's Go," which is set to hold in December at the Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood.

Shania Twain at the SiriusXM Studios on June 19, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

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The country music legend shared that she was excited to be in Vegas as she loves the energy and burst of the place as it helps boost her performance. Speaking about what fans can expect, Twain said:

"My shows start in December, so I'm going to do something special for the holiday spirit as well. I mean, I just got to go all out because I have not seen my fans in a year."

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The "You're Still The One" crooner teased about a Valentine's Day Special in February 2022, promising that it would be "very romantic." Apart from blessing her fans with her angelic voice, Twain plans to show off her cooking skills.

While Twain's impact is undoubtedly felt in the music industry, her most significant legacy is her only son Eja Lange.

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The "Queen of Country Pop" noted that she was delighted to connect with other stars who also have residencies in Las Vegas. She spoke about hanging out and cooking for them backstage.

The 55-year-old recalled cooking for legendary magician David Copperfield around 3 am after his show. Of all the stars going to be in Las Vegas, Twain is particularly fond of Taylor Swift, who she praises for inspiring her.

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The iconic Twain rose to fame in 1995 after the release of her spectacular second studio album, "The Woman In Me." Before then, her debut album performed woefully on the charts peaking at No. 67.

"The Woman In Me" established Twain as a household name in the industry with chart-topping tracks like "Any Man of Mine," "No One Needs To Know," and "You Win My Love." 

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The album's success earned her the title of the first female country artist ever to sell 10 million copies of a record after it was awarded the RIAA diamond certification in November 1977.

While Twain's impact is undoubtedly felt in the music industry, her most significant legacy is her only son Eja Lange, who follows in her footsteps. The 19-year-old is a budding musician with a different sound.

Twain is set to join an array of singers to take over Las Vegas in the coming months. Carrie Underwood, Luke Byran, Katy Perry, Céline Dion, alongside Tiësto and Zedd, are announced to perform at the Resort World on June 24.

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