Shania Twain, one of the best-selling country artists of all time, knows that without an entrance, you're nothing in Vegas.
Twain made sure to turn heads when she rode on horseback up the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday to promote her new two-year headlining gig at Caesar's Palace, which begins on December 1st. The singer was accompanied by about 40 horses, and police had to divert traffic just for her as she made her way up to Caesar's in front of a huge crowd.
Shania will be joining another Canadian songstress--Celine Dion--who has already taken over Vegas with her Cirque Du Soleil-inspired shows. Tickets for "Shania: Still The One" are on sale now and are expected to sell out quickly for the 4,300-seat venue.