So what they’re saying is…that didn’t impress them much?

Shania Twain is BACK as the ’90s country icon recently embarked on her first tour in five years when she kicked off her Queen of Me World Tour last month.

Tickets sold out so fast after Shania announced the tour that she had to add more dates as fans jumped at the chance to see the Queen of Pop Country.

But a month into the tour, it seems like quite a few fans are leaving the shows disappointed and confused – and many are even leaving early.

Videos posted from recent concerts show fans flocking out in droves while the superstar is still on the stage.

@briannef86 #Shania#queenofmetour2023 #shaniatwain #horrible #queenofcountrymusic#dissapointed #spokanearena ♬ original sound – Brianne

One video called the show a “trainwreck” as people flooding out of the concert in the middle of the show. (Really missed the opportunity to make a “Twainwreck” joke, but whatever).

@tiannatoks Someone check on Shania Twain #shaniatwain #concerts #swiftietiktok #badconcert #thatdontimpressmemuch ♬ original sound – bbygirl_musicthrowbacks

And yet another video showed a seemingly bizarre moment from Shania as she was chanting on stage, with the concertgoer commenting that the show was “not the experience I was expecting.”

@isitalicia #shaniatwain #badplace #fyp #issheok ♬ original sound – alicia

And the comments are just as brutal.

While there are people defending her and saying that she put on an awesome show, others are questioning whether she was drunk or high, accusing Shania of lip-syncing, and saying they too left the show early.

“Just left Seattle show and I am baffled. She was off. Lip syncing and talking weird.”

“Okay…I couldn’t figure out if she was drunk or high but she was horrible. Glad we weren’t the only ones who thought it.”

“I was at this concert last night. It was indeed disappointing and not just because of her new songs. It was disappointing as a whole.”

“All I see is a crazy aunt who took over the mic whilst drunk at a reception.”

Some also commented that Shania doesn’t even look like herself anymore.

@kg20237 When you pay to see Shania and end up seeing someone totally different. #shaniatwain #seattlewashington ♬ original sound – Karissa

Of course, Shania has faced a number of medical issues over the years, publicly revealing her battle with Lyme disease that forced her to undergo throat surgery and affected her voice.

But it seems like her voice isn’t the biggest complaint that people are having on her current tour.

Tough scene for one of the most iconic country acts of the ’90s.

@jorymarisperez So many people leaving during the middle of the show….#fyp #shaniatwain #spokane ♬ original sound – Jory Perez

Shania Twain Adds Second Leg To 2023 ‘Queen Of Me’ World Tour

Shania Twain might be the busiest lady in the world come 2023.

She just announced a second leg to her Queen of Me world tour that was added due to “overwhelming demand,” which will kick off in April and is now extended to run through mid November, with some extra U.S. dates as well as a run in her native Canada.

Hailey Whitters, Breland, Lindsay Ell, Kelsea Ballerini, Mickey Guyton, Priscilla Block and Robyn Ottolini will rotate on different as openers:

I’ll be kissing my horses goodbye in April because mamma’s going on the road for the entirety of 2023!

And I’m playing even more shows that we’ve just announced!”

The full list of new dates are below.

Shania Twain’s 2023 Queen of Me Tour Dates:

April 28 — Spokane, Wash. @ Spokane Arena
April 29 — Seattle, Wash. @ Climate Pledge Arena
May 2 — Vancouver, B.C. Canada @ Rogers Arena
May 3 — Vancouver, B.C. Canada @ Rogers Arena
May 5 — Edmonton, Alb. Canada @ Rogers Place
May 6 — Edmonton, Alb. Canada @ Rogers Place
May 9 — Calgary, Alb. Canada @ Scotiabank Saddledome
May 10 — Calgary, Alb. Canada @ Scotiabank Saddledome
May 12 — Saskatoon, Sask. Canada @ SaskTel Centre
May 14 — Winnipeg, Mant. Canada @ Canada Life Centre
May 16 — Madison, Wisc. @ Kohl Center
May 17 — St. Paul, Minn. @ Xcel Energy Center
May 19 — Lincoln, Neb. @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
May 21 — Denver, Colo. @ Ball Arena
May 24 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ USANA Amphitheatre
May 26 — Mountain View, Calif. @ Shoreline Amphitheatre
May 28 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ Hollywood Bowl
May 30 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ Ak-Chin Pavillion
May 31 — Thousand Palms, Calif. @ Acrisure Arena
June 3 — Tulsa, Okla. @ BOK Center
June 4 — St. Louis, Mo. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
June 7 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Geodis Park
June 9 — Camden, N.J. @ Freedom Mortgage Pavillion
June 12 — Halifax, N.S. Canada @ Scotiabank Centre
June 14 — Moncton, N.S. Canada @Avenir Centre
June 17 — Quebec City, Quebec Canada @ Videotron Centre
June 18 — Montreal, Quebec Canada @ Bell Centre
June 20 — Hamilton, Ont. Canada @ FirstOntario Centre
June 21 — London, Ont. Canada @ Budweiser Gardens
June 23 — Toronto, Ont. Canada @ Budweiser Stage
June 24 — Toronto, Ont. Canada @ Budweiser Stage
June 27 — Columbia, Md. @ Merriweather Post Pavillion
June 28 — Charlotte, N.C. @ PNC Music Pavillion
June 30 — Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio @ Blossom Music Center
July 1 — Tinley Park, Ill. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
July 3 — Bethel, N.Y.
July 6 — Ottawa, Ont. @ Ottawa Bluesfest
July 8 — Syracuse, N.Y. @ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater
July 9 — Mansfield, Mass. @ Xfinity Center
July 11 — New York, N.Y. @ Madison Square Garden
July 13 — Burgettstown, Pa. @ The Pavillion at Star Lake
July 15 — Noblesville, Ind. @ Ruoff Music Center
July 19 — Kansas City, Mo. @ T-Mobile Center
July 21 — Dallas, Texas @ Dos Equis Pavillion
July 22 — Houston, Texas @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion
July 24 — New Orleans, La.
Sept. 16 — London, Eng. @ The O2
Sept. 19 — Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
Sept. 22 — Glasgow, U.K. @ OVO Hydro
Sept. 25 — Manchester, U.K. @ AO Arena
Sept. 28 — Leeds, U.K.
Oct. 12 — San Antonio, Texas @ AT&T Center
Oct. 13 — Fort Worth, Texas @ Dickies Arena
Oct. 16 — Knoxville, Tenn. @ Thompson Boling Arena
Oct. 18 — Raleigh, N.C. @ PNC Arena
Oct. 20 — Buffalo, N.Y. @ KeyBank Center
Oct. 22 — Toronto, Ontario @ Scotiabank Arena
Oct. 24 — Quebec City, QC @ Videotron Centre
Oct. 25 — Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
Oct. 27 — Columbus, Ohio @ Schottenstein Center
Oct. 28 — Louisville, Ky. @ KFC Yum! Center
Oct. 31 — Milwaukee, Wisc. @ Fiserv Forum
Nov. 2 — Omaha, Ne. @ CHI Health Center
Nov. 3 — Des Moines, Iowa @ Wells Fargo Arena
Nov. 5 — Fargo, N.D. @ FARGODOME
Nov. 7 — Winnipeg, Manitoba @ Canada Life Centre
Nov. 9 — Saskatoon, Saskatchewan @ Sasktel Centre
Nov. 11 — Calgary, Alberta @ Scotiabank Saddledome
Nov. 12 — Edmonton, Alberta @ Rogers Place
Nov. 14 — Vancouver, British Columbia @ Rogers Arena

Shania noted that she wants to empower herself and others with this new project and tour:

“I am unbelievably excited to announce ‘Queen Of Me’ – the new album and tour.

These days, I’m feeling very comfortable in my own skin – and I think this album reflects that musically. Life is short and I want to be uplifted, colorful, unapologetic and empowered.

I want to carry a clear message, particularly as a woman, to always remember my power and I hope the songs are a reminder to you, of that same power inside you!

Her sixth studio album Queen of Me dropped on February 3rd, 2023, featuring the hit singles, “Waking Up Dreaming” and “Last Day of Summer.”

“Waking Up Dreaming”

Shania Twain Recalls Miracle Throat Surgery That Brought Her Voice Back

Shania Twain is officially back.

The Queen of Pop Country officially dropped her latest album, Queen Of Me, her first project since 2017.

However, what many people may not know is that she was almost on the verge of never singing again.

Back in 2003, Twain caught a bacterial infection after she was bitten by a tick when she was out horseback riding in Norfolk, Virginia.

She ultimately lost her voice for awhile, and thought that she may not ever be able to sing again.

Seven years later, she was officially diagnosed with Lyme Disease, and it had severely damaged her vocal cords.

Since the diagnosis, Twain received a number of throat surgeries so that she could get her voice back to 100%, but the surgery back in 2018 was the one that officially got it done.

She recently made an appearance on an episode of The Graham Norton Show, where she discussed the terrifying surgery, knowing that so much was on the line.

She said:

“The operation was very invasive, and I’ve got a big scar that I am proud of. I’m very happy to have a scar rather than no voice.

The surgery was a miracle, and I am so grateful. Going back into a studio after the operation was a discovery and I was re-learning voice.

I can get very loud and now I can swear really loudly!”

She also has a train named after her:


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