Shania’s Back to Fan Fair After 15 Years

She’s bringing Oprah's audience with her.

Photography by: George Burns/Harpo Productions

You know Oprah Winfrey has given her audience everything from cookbooks to cars. This week, she gave ’em Shania Twain.

Shania showed up on Oprah's show yesterday (May 3) to talk about her new book and her life, and she announced that she'll be on hand at this year's CMA Music Festival—for the first time since a Fan Fair appearance in 1996.

That's when Oprah announced the audience would get to go, complete with Gaylord Opryland Resort rooms, two-day festival passes and a private brunch.

“People were crying, screaming,” Shania’s manager, Jason Owen, said in a statement.

“You wouldn't believe how excited they were and how thrilled Shania was to make this experience possible for the fans.”

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