Shania Twain attended the People's Choice Awards in Santa Monica, California, on Tuesday.
She looked unrecognizable on the red carpet in pink hair and a half-mesh Rodarte dress.
Twain performed a medley of her hit songs and accepted the icon award at the show.
The musician hit the red carpet in Santa Monica, California, wearing a custom Rodarte dress that was partially see-through.
Its top and long sleeves were made with black mesh to reveal her torso, while a satin, leopard-print bra covered her chest. The latter fabric was also used to create a scarf and hood.
Her floor-length skirt, on the other hand, was crafted from velvet and had a V-shaped dip below her stomach. Chris Horan styled the look.
Her dress seemingly referenced the iconic animal-print outfits she wore in the 1998 "Don't Impress Me Much" music video.
At the show, Twain took home the People's Choice icon award.
"Oh my gosh, this is such a privilege and a dream. Am I dreaming? I really am, I think," she said during her acceptance speech. "Thank you so much for presenting me with this award and highlighting my work for having a significant impact."
But her hair was totally different than any style she wore two decades ago.
When Twain performed during the award show, she ditched her hood and let her pink hair hang around her face.
She then made a quick outfit change — removing a pink leather piece to reveal her sparkling Stella McCartney bodysuit — and added a shimmery, black top hat.
She performed a mashup of "Any Man of Mine," "Don't Impress Me Much," "Waking Up Dreaming," and "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!"
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