Shania Twain Shares Funny Onstage Gaffe, Laughs at Self

Shania Twain

Posts Hilarious Gig Mistake

…sings into a prop, not a microphone

Shania Twain shared a magical mess on a recent show… tweeting a video of her singing her song into a prop instead of a microphone.

The singer-songwriter shared the clip Sunday capturing the gaffe…and it all starts in the middle of her song “(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!”

She holds an object in each hand – in one, the microphone and in the other a long accessory that looks a bit like a magician’s wand… and she draws the bad guy towards her face in the middle of the song.

Watch the video… Shania seems so focused on the song that she’s forgotten which hand is holding which – but she quickly bounces back and corrects the mistake.

Unfortunately for the super pro singer, she couldn’t hold it together during the song and ended up talking about it on stage – shouting about how funny she found the moment.

It’s a super wholesome moment for Twain… who loved it so much that she borrowed a TikTok from a fan to post on her own X account — with proper credit, of course.

Shania is back in Las Vegas after kicking off her residency at Planet Hollywood last month. It appears this video is from one such performance, although ST never says so.

She has a slew of shows in PH this year…so get your tickets now for your chance to see more candid moments like this!

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News Source : amp.tmz.com


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