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Does it get more Canadian than this?
Shania Twain‘s half-time performance at Sunday’s Grey Cup was a picturesque winter wonderland, thanks to a grand entrance on a dog sled.
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— Becca Laurie (@imbeccable) November 27, 2017
The country icon played in front of 36,000 fans for the CFL championship game at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa, Ontario.
Opening with “That Don’t Impress Me Much” before segueing into her 2017 hit “Life’s About To Get Good” and “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!”, Twain warmed up the crowd battling frigid temperatures.
— CFL on TSN (@CFLonTSN) November 27, 2017
With a giant red fur coat and sparkling suit, the singer was ready for the falling snow. Luckily, the 52-year-old Timmins native didn’t slip once despite the icy conditions.
This is Twain’s first Grey Cup half-time performance since 2002. She also played the 2003 Super Bowl.
Canadian rapper SonReal performed during the pre-game show, while Toronto’s Choir! Choir! Choir! led the singing of O Canada.
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