Shania Twain dedicates song to Glasgow as she dazzles SSE Hydro crowds
with outfit changes, old favourites and boundless energy
Bouncing onto the stage in a glitzy black dress and cowgirl hat, the Canadian songstress wasted no time getting reacquainted with her Scottish fans
The Scottish Sun
By Mikhaila Friel
September 19, 2018
Country legend Shania Twain made the ultimate comeback in Glasgow tonight as she kicked off her first UK tour in thirteen years at the SSE Hydro.
Bouncing onto the stage in a glitzy black dress and cowgirl hat, the Canadian songstress wasted no time getting reacquainted with her Scottish fans.
But it turned out Shania’s truth wasn’t limited to the tear-jerkers, as the 53-year-old launched into fan favourite That Don’t Impress Me Much – even changing into her signature leopard print for the occasion.
After more than a decade out of the limelight, the hitmaker’s energy was still as contagious as ever.
The only time she stopped to sit down was during soulful track I’m Alright.
And the star made sure to dedicate love ballad You’re Still The One to her original fanbase as well as the younger faces in the crowd.
She said: “A lot of people I see in concerts these days would have been six years old during my first ever concerts.
“So I wanted to thank all of you for still being here. This is your song, Glasgow.”
After tonight’s timeless performance, the songstress could go on hiatus for another thirteen years – and her fans would be right here waiting for her.