On the same day Shania Twain announced her involvement in a new singing competition show, the Canadian songstress strutted onto the Today show to break out some vintage hits.

Twain belted out "Any Man of Mine," "I’m Alright" and “I’m Gonna Getcha Good" to kick off Monday as Today host Hoda Kotb sang every word out from the audience.

"I was so excited as we lead up to this," Twain told Today. "I'm just excited to bring everybody back together, play some new music for everybody and reunite over the music we've all been listening to all these years."

The performance was the perfect warmup for Twain's upcoming Shania Now Tour, which is set to start May 3. Joining Twain on the world tour is 26-year-old Swiss superstar Bastian Baker, who will not only have his own opening set, but also looks to be dueting with the country superstar throughout the 45-show tour. Once the tour is over, Twain will then put all of her attention on the new show Real Country alongside Jake Owen.

"It’s been an incredible year for me, releasing my new album and coming back to country music," Twain says in a press release. "I feel it’s time for me to add my own support in finding our greatest undiscovered talent. It’s beyond thrilling to be leading the charge with Real Country, and I’m on a mission to find artists who will keep country music diverse and dynamic. The kind of diversity that inspired all of us."

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