If there’s one thing that the coronavirus pandemic has made people realize, it’s the fact that celebs are also forced into isolation. And just like regular people, famous celebrities are finding ways to combat boredom and cabin fever.
While some stars are probably lounging around and being a couch potato (which should not be an issue), there are others who are organizing concerts and activities. These are initiated to put smiles on everyone’s faces and make them happy.
One of those celebrities is the country superstar Shania Twain. Kids from the ‘90s will remember her for her iconic hits, such as “Still The One” and “From This Moment On.”
Through a partnership with the Academy of Country Music, Shania performs some of her greatest hits at her home. And things have just gotten better because she sings with her dog and horse as the live audience.
A heartfelt performance
For her performance, Shania Twain has a makeshift stable. This is where she plays the guitar and sings live.
After a short inspirational message, Shania then performs a two-song set. She starts with “Honey, I’m Home,” from her hit album in 1997 called “Come on Over.” She then ends the set with “Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”
In the company of her furry pals
What truly made Shania’s performance much more interesting is the presence of her two furry pals. Before she even performs, her horse named Meemee inches closer to her face.
Her yellow Labrador named Melody (Melo for short) actually steals the show by simply taking a nap. It’s either Melo is not that impressed or she thinks Shania’s voice is a lullaby. This has amused Shania’s fans and the home viewers.
Melo’s nonchalant vibe has been considered as a reference to one of Shania’s greatest hits. Shania even admitted on Twitter that she “never impress[es]” much.
Video Source: Shania Twain via YouTube