Shania Twain; Photo Courtesy of Getty Images for ACM
Shania Twain; Photo Courtesy of Getty Images for ACM

Shania Twain Donates $150k To Charity & Pens Emotional Message As She Bids Farewell To Las Vegas Residency

Country music icon Shania Twain shares an emotional message with fans as her residency show at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino came to a close.

“Ending a tour or a residency is always so heartbreaking. The journey you go on with your team is always unique and bonding and the access you have to your beautiful fans is so special and exciting – so it’s very hard to say goodbye,” Twain captioned an Instagram post.

Twain made sure to offer heartfelt thank yous to all of the fans and crew that were a part of her special journey during her residency.

“It was worse in the 90’s when I didn’t have social media to at least be able to say to those paying attention here – thank you to all the people who make the show possible, those on stage with me kicking butt and those behind the scenes also kicking butt,” she continued.

“Thank you to my fans, thank you for choosing to spend your time with me, thank you for the support, thank you for your uplifting energy and the love in the room. 🙏 Twain Town is a special place where we all choose to love one another and accept one another – we come together to PARTY – and I will miss you all 🥹 #LetsGoVegas❤️”

The five-time Grammy winner opened her Shania Twain “Let’s Go!” The Las Vegas Residency in 2019 as one of the first female and country music headliners in Las Vegas. The hitmaker has “paved the way for other superstar residencies across the city” according to a press release.

During her time on the Las Vegas stage, Twain performed some of her most monumental hits including “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!,” “You’re Still The One” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much.”

Since the opening of her residency, the chart-topping singer has donated $1 of each ticket purchased to Shania Kids Can (SKC), Twain’s personal charity that offers programs and support to children facing poverty and crises. Twain, in partnership with Live Nation Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment, recently presented SKC with their final donation of $150,000.

While all good things must come to an end, Twain has some exciting things for fans in the pipeline, like her recent film “Not Just a Girl,” available to stream now.

“Filming a documentary about myself was pretty surreal and even more so during a pandemic! We started this whole thing in 2020 and did a lot of interviews and prep stuff over zoom, while trying to film as much as we could during the moments when the world opened up a little more and people were able to travel. All of that has resulted in Not Just A Girl… I hope you enjoy watching it 😘 Available on @netflix now,” Twain captioned an Instagram post.

Watch the trailer for “Not Just a Girl” above.

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