On Thursday (October 21), country music's biggest stars took part in the 2020 CMT Awards. Hosted by Kane Brown, Sarah Hyland and Ashley McBride and featuring appearances from Dan + Shay, Jennifer Nettles and more, there was no shortage of exciting moments at the awards show.
Unsurprisingly, however, Shania Twain stole the show with her performance. The country music superstar performed her classic hit 'Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?' —all the way from Switzerland, no less—in honor of a major milestone. Her sophomore record The Woman in Me, which originally debuted in 1995, is being re-released for its 25th anniversary. As all fans of Twain know, 'Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?' originally appeared on this album.
The Woman in Me: Diamond Edition dropped earlier this month. The remastered album features the classic songs we all know and love, as well as a live set from Las Vegas and a ton of alternate takes on Twain's well known tracks. Twain even re-released Any Man of Mine' as a single with three different versions for her fans: “Remastered”, “Live from Vegas”, and “Shania Vocal Mix."
Longtime fans of Twain took to Twitter to share their excitement about the nostalgic performance. "Does [CMT Awards] have an award for Cutest Human Ever?!? Because [Shania Twain] would win that," one fan wrote. "Shania. Back to her roots. Never disappoints," another added.