Shania Twain’s American Music Awards performance on November 24 is set to give fans a taste of another very exciting project she’s got in the pipeline. When she takes the stage for the show airing live on ABC from the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, the country-pop crossover star is set to perform a medley of music spanning the length of her robust career.
The greatest-hits set will include her Top 40 hits from the ’90s. “It’s eight songs altogether, from top to bottom. I’m starting off with a mashup of my favorite current (songs) that are not my own, and that will lead into ‘You’re Still the One,'” she told USA Today. “I’m going to do that whole section alone, just me, my guitar, and a microphone. Then I’m going to break into a few of my hits that everybody knows and can sing along with. I’m a fan of doing the classics: Those are the moments that bring us all together and I never get bored of that.”
The AMAs show is set to be a bit of a teaser of what’s to come at Twain’s Las Vegas residency, “Let’s Go!,” which is slated to kick off on December 6 from the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. It’s currently set for a run of 23 dates.
“Let’s Go!” marks a return to Vegas residencies for Twain. Back in 2014, she wrapped up a two-year run of her former show, “Shania: Still the One.”
Twain calls the concerts planned for her new residency a “giant party,” she told USA Today. “It’s a very interactive show. The graphics are awesome, there are lots of costume changes — I’m having a blast with the fashion.”