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Shania Twain kicked off her 2-year residency in Las Vegas after taking an 8-year break from performing.
Twain will fulfill her residency at Caesars Palace, which she started on Saturday night in a 90-minute, 18-song set.
According to Starpulse.com, Twain told the crowd, “It's been a lot of years for me since I've been here. I realize what I've been missing, thanks to you."
In 2004, Twain put her singing career on hold when she was diagnosed with dysphonia, which affected her vocal chords and caused her not to be able to sing.
Designer Marc Bouwer did her costumes for the show, and the 47-year-old singer changed quite a bit, Billboard reports.
“You're going to get me all emotional and my eyelashes are going to fall off!" she told the crowd of 4,300 people upon her first time on stage.
Twain even had two horses as part of the show, riding on a white one for "Still The One” and a black one for "I Ain't No Quitter.”
Shania: Still the One will run through Dec. 15. and will come back in March.