SHANIA Twain will finally return to the UK next year with a bumper-packed tour.
The You're Still The One singer will play a string of arena shows across 2023 to celebrate her three-decade spanning career.
The tour will include multiple nights at London’s O2 Arena as well as shows in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham – her first performances here in five years.
Shania Twain's gigs will coincide with an album of brand new music, 25 years after the release of Come On Over, which shifted 40million copies and holds the record for the best-selling album by a solo female artist.
A source said: “The tour is going to be massive. After 30 years, Shania is still one of the best performers around and she puts everything into her live shows.
“She has had stellar reviews this year of her Las Vegas residency but this tour will be a new hit-packed concert with new songs mixed in.
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“Fans can expect an announcement in the next few weeks.
“Shania has spent the last few years hunkered down in the studio working on a follow-up to 2017’s Now and it is ready to go, so it won’t be long until there’s new music out there.”
The That Don’t Impress Me Much singer last played in the UK in 2018 and has been performing at Zappos Theatre in Sin City for almost two years.
Last month she released her Netflix documentary Not Just A Girl which followed her turbulent life and record-breaking career.
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Despite personal struggles, which have included being diagnosed with Lyme disease and a painful divorce, Shania has sold over 100 million records worldwide and provided me with hours of questionable karaoke fun.
She recently spent time in London making music with producer and songwriter Mark Ralph, who worked on Years & Years song King, Clean Bandit's Rockabye and Rudimental's These Days, all of which went to No1.
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