Shania Twain moving onto ranch for Las Vegas residency


Shania Twain is enjoying farm life after renouncing the luxury of a penthouse suite in her latest Las Vegas residency.

On her last vacation in Sin City, the country music icon stayed at a hotel in Las Vegas, but never felt anywhere in the city, so when she booked her latest show at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater, she decided to look for a place to call. The house between concerts.

“I always wanted to be with my horses, my dogs … I had to have my family around me and my animals belonged to my family.” Twain enjoys walking with other Las Vegas regulars, while the comedian reveals carrots. Top often invites him to lunch and the disillusioned David Copperfield likes to catch late-night snacks with him.

Shania Twain moving onto ranch for Las Vegas residency
Shania Twain moving onto ranch for Las Vegas residency

She prefer to eat late. Shania Twain is born on August 28, 1965. She is a Canadian singer, songwriter and an actress. She has sold over 100 million records, making her the best-selling female artist in country music history and one of the best-selling musicians of all time. Her success earned her many honorary titles, including “Queen of Country Pop”.

Prior to signing with Nashville Records in the early 1990s, Mercury worked in singing and songwriting from an early age in Twain, Ontario. Her self-titled debut studio album, released in 1993, was not a commercial success. After collaborating with producer/ex-husband Robert John “Mutt” Lang, Twain rose to fame with her another studio album, The Woman in Me, which became her biggest hit. It has sold over 20 million copies worldwide, produced hit singles such as “Any Man of Mine” and received a Grammy Award. Her third studio album, Come On Over (1997), became the highest-grossing studio album of any genre and the biggest selling domestic album, selling over 40 million copies worldwide.


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