For their highly anticipated tour following a brief hiatus, Grammy-winning country group Lady Antebellum is pulling out all the stops for their You Look Good World Tour.
With killer opening acts like Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young, the concert is packed with talent. Besides playing their own material, each act usually performs a few cover songs to round out their set, and headliners are no different.
On the road, the country trio consisting of Hillary Scott, Dave Haywood, and Charles Kelley, play a stripped down version of Shania Twain's mega-hit "You're Still The One".
Fans have been loving this addition to the tour, but one particular tour stop was a little more special than the rest. For the Toronto, Ontario show, Shania Twain herself was in attendance and hung out with the band backstage before they went on.
Scott kicked the song off with her heavenly soprano voice, as Haywood played piano. Kelley joined with harmonies in the chorus and took lead on the second verse. The camera panned to Twain, who was sitting with her husband, Frederic Thiebaud, and Ballerini. All three were adorably singing along the entire time.
Towards the end of the song, Twain began tearing up when Lady A let the audience sing the chorus. Almost 20 years after its release, and country fans can still sing every word to her song.
Watch Lady A tell Twain why they chose "Still The One", and watch them perform it below, with Twain emotionally looking on.
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