Forget about that horse she'll be sharing the stage with -- more equine news shortly -- first-time Sin City residency performer Shania Twain is more nervous about the critics.
The 47-year-old Canadian country crossover singer told reporters Friday afternoon despite being off stage for almost a decade, she doesn't have too many butterflies about her two-year residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, titled Shania: Still The One. It officially kicks off Saturday night.
"We're very happy with how (the two previews have) gone," said Twain adding: "What really makes me nervous are the critics .... What can I say? That's the nerve-wracking part of this."
Surely, an animal on stage is worse no? Yes, Twain confirmed she will be joined by one during her 90 minute Las Vegas performance.
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