Shania Twain Lights Up ‘The Late Late Show’ Stage With “Life’s About To Get Good”
Shania Twain stopped by The Late Late Show With James Corden for a surprise performance of her buoyant single “Life’s About To Get Good.” After lighting up the stage with a rendition of her feel-good bop “Swinging With My Eyes Closed” last October, she returned for a second set last night (June 11). Dressed in a cheetah-print suit, the icon delivered a strong vocal with the support of a group of backing singers and a live band. The lead single to last year’s Now, the track was one of her first solo releases in years and went top 40 on Billboard’s US Hot Country Songs chart. With any luck, her latest appearance will kick off a string of late night performances and may result in another single being released off the project. Shania is due for a track that will climb the Hot 100, and there was plenty of solid material on her last LP.
The country queen is in the midst of her Now Tour. Her first outing since 2015’s Rock This Country Tour, it will see her travel the globe. After opening the show with a performance in Tacoma, Washington on May 3, she has been traveling North America. She will close out the North American leg with an August 4 set in Las Vegas before touching down in Brazil on August 18. From there she will hit Europe and close out the year with a series of performances across Australia and New Zealand. After topping album charts across the globe (including the Billboard 200) with the release of last year’s Now, it is clear that the diva’s show is a hot ticket. Get a taste of her live show by watching her latest performance up top and revisit the “Life’s About To Get Good” video below!