Let’s go, girls! Shania Twain has officially made her return to Las Vegas.
Speaking with ET Canada’s Sangita Patel after the opening night of her “Shania Twain Let’s Go! The Residency” at the Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, the Canadian country queen says her latest gig is more than she ever imagined.
Following an eight-year battle with Lyme Disease, the five-time Grammy winner says her confidence is finally back after struggling with vocal chord issues.
“So many things have opened up for me in the last couple of years,” says Twain. “Just by being proactive and getting my confidence back, obviously my voice was a huge part of that. Now I feel like the possibilities are endless.”
Despite headlining a show-stopping two-year Las Vegas residency in 2012 and launching a comeback “Rock This Country” tour in 2015, Twain admits she’s never felt more ready for her latest production.
“I’m more prepared than I’ve ever been for any other show just because I was involved the whole way,” she explains. “You know every element. You know everything that’s going on around you. There’s no mystery there.”
On being an inspiration to so many people, Twain admits she always credits hard work, telling us, “The harder you work, the bigger the reward.”