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It’s been years since Shania Twain released an album, so when she finally did, you better believe she was prepping one of the biggest tours she’s ever embarked on. She initially kicked it off on her Now Tour on May 3, and was scheduled to wrap up in Las Vegas on August 4, but was extended to finish in December 22 in New Zealand.
At every show, when it comes time to sing her 2002 hit song “I’m Gonna Getcha Good,” Twain takes her performance to new heights – literally! Although she stayed grounded on the stage, her band members each performed from different sized blocks, each of them extremely high up.
During their June 10 New Orleans show, her guitarist Cory strapped a camera on to show everyone just how high up he gets during the song – and it is legitimately frightening! The camera gives us angles of the crowd, as well as Twain on stage, who looks as small as an ant!
Her band must not be afraid of heights, because just watching this video is giving us anxiety!
Watch the full video of Twain’s “I’m Gonna Getcha Good” performance on tour to see her band members playing from high up!
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