Shania Twain Joined By Wynonna, Tanya Tucker To Sing “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!”

Shania Twain Joined By Wynonna, Tanya Tucker To Sing “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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Shania Twain has been traversing the country for her highly-anticipated “Queen of Me” tour. While there have been mixed reactions to the tour, Twain has left no doubt that she is not only the “Queen of Me” but the Queen of Country.

Shania Twain‘s concert stops have brought out some of the biggest names in entertainment. Stars like Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, John Travolta and Miley Cyrus were spotted in the crowd of the singer’s recent Hollywood Bowl concert. Carly Pearce, Russell Dickerson and more were spotted at Shania’s concert at Nashville’s Geodis Park Wednesday night (June 7). But, it was who Shania had on stage with her that everyone is talking about.

At the conclusion of Wednesday’s show, Shania Twain invited fellow legends Tanya Tucker and Wynonna Judd to join her on stage to sing “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” for the crowd.

Twain, who wore the exact black outfit she wore for her 1997 “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” music video, introduced Tanya Tucker, also dressed in black, to a surprised crowd. Then Shania told the crowd that her songs sound better with three-part harmonies and brought out Wynonna Judd.

As the trio sang the Twain hit, Tanya Tucker offered harmonies while Wynonna took her turn singing lead, proving why she is one of the best voices in the business.

The surprise performance from Tanya and Wynonna was a highlight of the night, according to fans who were in attendance and shared the experience on social media. They also shared clips of the collab. See some of them below.

Late last year, Shania Twain opened up about her friendship with Wynonna.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Twain said that she and the “Why Not Me” singer “bonded over time, not over music.”

“It is the sweetest and we find happiness in the simple things,” Twain says. “We have a lot in common in our childhood, music history and growing up with music — our mothers being so involved with our music, and so we just have more in common than we’d ever imagined while we were in our prime of chart-topping music.”

Watch Shania Twain, Wynonna, and Tanya Tucker’s full performance in the video below.

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