Shania’s Adoring Fans Make Her Cry

Expectations were high: Shania Twain was returning to the stage for the first time in nearly a decade with high-profile producers, a few horses and a motorcycle to help launch her back into the spotlight in Las Vegas.

And Shania delivered on opening night at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Saturday (Dec. 1).

The crowd was so rowdy and loving that Shania wiped away tears at several points, telling her Still the One audience that her fake eyelashes might fall off.

The critic for the Las Vegas Review-Journal gave Shania a B+.

"Still the One is otherwise just about everything it can and should be for Shania Twain as a comeback vehicle," the reviewer said. "It's big, fun and full of surprises, the kind of show Ann-Margret wishes she could have done in the '70s."

The early dates for Still the One have already sold out, but there are still tickets available for Shania's shows beginning March 2013. A new batch of show dates through summer 2013 will go on sale Dec. 14.

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