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Shania Twain stuns in naked-illusion lycra catsuit as she kicks off UK tour

SHANIA Twain kicked off her UK tour in style last night.

Daily Star - UK
By Jack Hardwick
September 20, 2018


The iconic singer, who release her fifth album Now last year, took to the stage in Glasgow in a range of barely there outfits.

Leaving as little to the imagination as possible the You're Still The One songstress belted out some of her biggest hits at the The SSE Hydro.

For one segment of the show, Shania slipped into a skin-tight lycra catsuit.

Featuring nude panels, the outfit made it appear the 53-year-old was flashing far more flesh than she was.

In fact, if it wasn't for the purple patterning on the garment, fans would have thought Shania was totally naked.

Meanwhile, as she sang global smash That Don't Impress Me Much, Shania slipped into a daring leopard print dress.

Thanks to two large cuts up the front, the chart-topper allowed her killer pins to take centre stage.

Risking a wardrobe malfunction at any moment, the singer danced up a storm on the stage causing the material to shift and barely cover her most intimate area.

In fact, as she strutted over a dry ice wind machine the back of the dress blew up and blustered in the breeze.

For Man! I Feel Like a Woman, Shania turned up her sex appeal even more with a skintight black number and thigh-high heels.

Shania's Now tour and album mark a spatular comeback for the pop superstar after she lost her voice due to lyme disease.

Now only was she forced to put her career on ice for over a decade, Shania saw the breakdown of her marriage after her best friend ‘stole her husband’ from her.

Speaking to the Guardian, she said: "I never thought I’d sing again.

"Lyme disease can be so much more devastating. It can go to your brain."

Chatting in the US about how she picked her comeback song, she added: "I wasn't just broken I was shattered – thy are the first words of the single.

"It is about bad stuff but also about seeing the life at the end of the tunnel.

"I chose it as it tells the truth about where I have I been and where I am now."

For more information or tickets to Shania Twain's Now tour check out LiveNation.co.uk

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