Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Twain's Dramatic Dog Sled Entrance Fitting for Sunday's Snowy Grey Cup

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Twain's Dramatic Dog Sled Entrance Fitting for Sunday's Snowy Grey Cup

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Twain makes dramatic entrance on dog sled

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OTTAWA - It was a fitting entrance for Canada's country music queen on Sunday's snowy Grey Cup.

Shania Twain entered a snow-covered TD Place Stadium on a dog sled for her halftime show at the CFL championship game, to the delight of a bundled up crowd of 36,000 football fans.

Conjuring images of Tina Turner with a head of big curls, and red fur coat and boots over a glittering red and silver catsuit, Twain opened with her 1998 hit "That Don't Impress Me Much."

Strutting the stage against a backdrop of red and white fireworks and spotlights, and under a blanket of falling snow, the 52-year-old from Timmins, Ont., performed three songs in all.

She sang "Life's About to Get Good" from her new album "Now. …

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