That DOES Impress Me Much! Shania Twain, 49, puts on a super sexy display
in thigh-high leather boots and fishnet tights as she takes to the stage in Nashville
Daily Mail - UK
By Helen Turnbull
August 1, 2015
It's been over a decade since she first burst onto the music scene with her debut single and although she's approaching her 50th birthday, Shania Twain showed she's young at heart when she took to the stage in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday.
The country singer put on one super sexy display as she greeted the Bridgestone Arena crowd in a rather vamped-up outfit.
Shania made the most of her svelte figure and slipped into a bottom-skimming red embellished one-piece which flattered her form.
The Man! I Feel Like a Woman hit-maker gave the audience more than they'd bargained for as she paraded her slender legs in a pair of racy black leather thigh-high boots which she paired with fishnet tights.
Shania teamed her revealing look with a heavily-fringed black leather jacket and a pair of red-lens aviator sunglasses.
She left her long blonde-brown hair flowing free and tousled at the ends, whipping it from side to side as she belted out her best-loved hits.
The 49-year-old - who turns 50 at the end of August - stomped up and down the stage, proudly parading her toned thighs.
She looked to be having a great time entertaining the crowd as she was seen fist-pumping at different points throughout the gig.
Shania - who moved to the city in her twenties - admitted to being 'overwhelmed' after briefly losing her place part-way through the set.
Shania - who is originally from Ontario, Canada - told audience-members: 'I think I'm just overwhelmed by being here - I'm nervous! It's kind of scary, doing this in Nashville.
'Talking about her time in the city, she added: 'It was a whirlwind experience. I met a lot of warm and wonderful friends.
'I really do feel like I'm coming back home here.'
Shania's performance comes shortly after she recently revealed the heartbreak she felt after her husband ran off with her best friend nearly ended her high-profile singing career.
She admitted she was so distraught over her husband Robert 'Mutt' Lange's 2008 affair with Marie-Anne Thiébaud that she vowed to stop singing.
She told the New York Post: '[I thought] forget it, this is more than I can handle - I'm never going to sing again. I had to grieve through it.'