Shania Twain rides horseback through Las Vegas to promote her ‘Still The One’ show

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Shania Twain sure impressed Las Vegas yesterday.

The 47-year-old "That Don't Impress Me Much" hit maker rode onto the Strip on horseback Wednesday, promoting her first headlining gig at Caesars Palace.

Twain was joined by a herd of 40 horses (with 9 wranglers to keep them in line) and strutted to her 1997 single "Man, I Feel Like a Woman" as hundreds of fans watched from the sidelines, the Associated Press reports.

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"I could have gone riding all around town all day," the country singer said, according to the Las Vegas Sun, though the dog and pony show reportedly only lasted around 30 minutes.

The Ontario native has been keeping a relatively low profile over the last several years. Despite selling more than 75 million albums and winning five Grammys, Twain admitted to suffering an artistic block after divorcing her producer husband Mutt Lange in 2008 after he reportedly had an affair with her best friend. In the reality series "Why Not? With Shania Twain," the singer discussed how the artistic block continued even after she wed Nestle exec Frederic Thiebaud in January 2011.

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But in the summer of 2011, Twain released her first single in six years, "Today is Your Day," and announced her gig at Caesars Palace. Titled "Shania: Still the One," her two-year residency starts on Dec. 1 at the Colosseum.

And considering this is her first major public performance schedule since "Up!" in 2004, the $55 to $250 tickets will no doubt be going like hot cakes.