Virtual concerts are the new thing! Shania Twain's home concert featured some very special guests while she belted out a couple of her classic tunes. Her performance was part of ACM Presents: Our Country.

The 54-year-old superstar's unexpected guests were her dog and horse who were by her side for a special acoustic performance of "Honey I’m Home" and "Man! I Feel Like A Woman". 

According to ET Canada, Twain opened the video by sharing, "These are crazy times, but we’re gonna do what we always do, and pull together to get through it. From our homes to your homes, with stories, songs, and all of us because let’s face it, we’re all in this together."

ET writes that afterwards, host Gayle King joked that, "She got so much love from the horse, but her dog didn’t move at all. It seems like her dog was like, 'That don’t impress me much.'"

Twain's video was posted on her YouTube channel following its TV debut on Sunday.

The 55th annual ACM Awards were originally scheduled to take place at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee on April 5. The official Twitter account calls the awards, "Country Music's Party of the Year".

Billboard claims that Twain's acoustic performance made #5 on their top 10 moments of the night.

It comes after Eric Church's new song “Never Break Heart”, Thomas Rhett's “Be a Light”, and Kane Brown and John Legend’s “Last Time I Say Sorry”. In first place is Lady Antebellum’s “What I’m Leaving For”.

The Windsor-born singer has been using her time at home to post video performances proving that she's a superstar on and off the stage.

Last week, she shared an acoustic rendition of "No One Needs To Know" while sitting beside a crackling fire. 

Back in March, Twain posted a song she wrote to frontline healthcare workers thanking them for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Before social distancing measures got put into place, Twain was on a Las Vegas Residency at Zappos Theater.

On March 15, she announced on Instagram that all shows planned for the rest of the month would be rescheduled. The Let's Go! residency currently has four more legs planned that stretch into December 2020.

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