Shania Twain’s Greatest Collaborations

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Unfortunately for the music world, Shania Twain quietly stepped away from the game a decade ago. Sure, she’s back in Las Vegas with a show, but it’s just not the same as the days when she was ruling the airwaves.

Shania Twain’s 4 greatest collaborations:

Shania Twain and Elton John // “You’re Still the One”

This was part of a concert special filmed in Miami called “Winter Break,” but hearing these two legends sing together was more than just special. It was spectacular.

Shania Twain and the Backstreet Boys // “From This Moment”

Again, this was part of the “Winter Break” special. It wasn’t near as good as the Elton duet, but the outfits make it all worth it. Plus, there was no bigger than the Backstreet Boys in 1999.

Shania Twain and Willie Nelson // “Forever and For Always”

This one was recorded for Nelson’s Live and Kickin’ album. The casualness of the whole scene is what makes it fantastic.

Shania Twain and Lionel Richie // “Endless Love”

Part of Richie’s Tuskegee album, this video might be one of the greatest ever filmed. If you like giant walls of Shania Twain singing a duet with Richie.

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