Shania Twain Comes To Vegas On Horseback


By Paul Johnson

Las Vegas, Nevada (CNN) - Singer Shania Twain made a grand entrance in Las Vegas Wednesday.
The Canadian country star galloped down a closed-off section of the Vegas Strip in front of Caesars Palace.
The event, which included a posse of dozens of horses, was her official welcome by the hotel and casino.
Starting December 1st, she'll be performing at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace as part of a three-year deal.
The show's director says Twain will play 23 of her hits -- some in full, some in medley -- with a 13-member band, along with three singers.
And she'll make six wardrobe changes.

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