Shania Hits the Jackpot Again

If you missed seeing Shania Twain at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, you have another chance. Another 22 chances, to be exact.

Shania has announced that she will extend her Vegas show, Shania: Still the One, for another 22 performances, according to Billboard. Not only have the shows been packed, but the production, according to Shania, “turned out beautifully” and the arrangement has been perfect for being a mom.

“Vegas is just a really good setup,” she tells the Associated Press. “It completely leaves me room to be the parent I want to be.”

Shania: Still the One began its run at Caesars Colosseum concert hall in December and the show includes horses, a live band and Shania in all her glory. Tickets for the new run, which goes from mid-October to mid-December, go on sale Friday, May 10.

As to whether or not new music or a tour is possible, it remains unclear. “I’m doing one project at a time,” says Shania. “I’ll let the Vegas show settle in. I’m not in the spirit of juggling too many balls in the air at one time.”

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