Shania Twain To Close Her Vegas Show

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Shania Twain will close the curtains on her show in Las Vegas on December 13th to the displeasure of many fans.

The country music superstar followed the likes of Garth Brooks and Celine Dion when she sought success in Sin City at Caesar's Palace.

She made a grand entrance into Las Vegas in November 2012. Traffic was halted to make room for Shania Twain, who was riding a horse and accompanied by a small herd of them.

Shania Twain:Still The One was an incredibly popular show for Shania Twain and her tenure in Las Vegas has been a very lucrative one. Many of her performances have completely sold out, solidifying Shania Twain as a Vegas favorite.

If you haven't been able to see Shania Twain: Still The One, it is reportedly quite the production. Shania belted out her hits accompanied by a massive band. She had dancers of many kinds, a flying motorcycle, multi-scent (?) show projectors and even some lovely trained horses. Sounds pretty amazing.

She was aptly named Las Vegas Weekly's "Best Resident Performer" for their "Best of Vegas 2014" list. Just before that honor was given, she became the first artist to sell out two back-to-back shows at this year's Calgary Stampede.

Shania Twain will miss Las Vegas and Las Vegas, I'm sure, will miss her as well.

Her show is not the only thing that Shania Twain was active in while living there. She also started Shania Kids Can, which is an organization that built a clubhouse at a needy school. They also provided activities for children that would help them work toward bettering themselves and their education.

"I started the first international Shania Kids Can clubhouse in Las Vegas because I love this city, and my time here has given me more than anyone can ever know." Shania Twain said of her project.

Good luck to Shania Twain on her future ventures!

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Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.