The queen of country herself, Shania Twain, has felt at home in the saddle since she first started riding at 12 years old. The Canadian-born country music singer has set the world on fire with hits including "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" and "That Don't Impress Me Much." But whether she's in the studio making history or on stage thrilling fans, horses are always part of her life. She's opened her concerts on horseback, and in 2012 she arrived on the Las Vegas strip to greet fans from her comfortable seat in a saddle. Most recently, the superstar stunned in a commercial featuring her love of horses and the lights of Las Vegas.
The new commercial debuted during the 2020 Grammy's to introduce sin city's new slogan. For years, the memorable Las Vegas slogan has been "What happens here, stays here." But the new decade brings new branding to the entertainment capital of the world. The city's new motto will be, "What happens here, only happens here."
Shania Twain and other Las Vegas stars joined forces to create the introductory commercial. The one-minute clip features big names like Christina Aguilera and Aerosmith. Shania Twain only gets a few seconds amidst the other stars, but those seconds sure are memorable.
Watch the commercial featuring Shania Twain on her horse below!
Shania Twain rides her horse in front of Binion's Gambling Hall in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. Fans line the street and scream her name as she sits as poised as ever with the reins in her hands. Her line, "It has a melody, only the fearless can hear," is tribute to her fearless journey as one of the most beloved singers in the world.
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Shania Twain recently kicked off her latest Las Vegas residency at the Zappos Theater. Her new show called "Let's Go!" is already attracting crowds. She has shows scheduled through June 2020, and we can only hope that we'll get to see more of the iconic singer alongside her gorgeous horses.