Shania Twain has revisited one of her most iconic looks for this year’s People's Choice Awards red carpet.
The country music superstar, 57, wore a leopard print look that was reminiscent of her outfit in the 1998 music video for 'That Don't Impress Me Much'.
But, instead of wearing a leopard print hooded cape, gloves, trousers and bandeau top like she does in the music video, this time Twain opted for a custom Rodarte gown, which featured a hooded leopard print cape that went across her shoulders and a leopard print bandeau top.
The dress also featured a black velvet skirt, and sheer panels across the stomach, chest and arms.
Twain completed the look with just a peek of her bubblegum pink hair under the cape, and with matching pink lipstick and blusher.
The singer was at the awards to receive the Music Icon award. At the event she sang a medley of her hits including 'Man! I Feel Like a Woman!' and 'That Don’t Impress Me Much'. During the latter she swapped out the Brad Pitt line to say Ryan Reynolds’ name instead.
Earlier this year, Twain said she was “flattered” to see fellow country singer Kelsea Ballerini wearing the same gown to the Annual Academy of Country Music Honours as the one Twain wore to the 1999 Grammy Awards.
“I am so blown away,” Twain told Entertainment Tonight of Ballerini wearing the high neck white sequin gown.
“She looks stunning. She looks like an absolute angel. It's very flattering to see her in the dress, and that she even wanted to wear it. I said, 'I hope it's not too dusty after being in the [Grammy Museum]’.”
The dress had been on show at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles as part of its Power of Women in Country exhibit.
“It was an incredible night for me at the Grammys,” Twain added. “That dress represented that experience, so I'm just happy to see it alive again.”
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