Post Malone Dancing To Shania Twain At The AMAs Is The Cutest Thing You’ll See All Day (VIDEO)
2020 is the year of Twain!
Yesterday's American Music Awards brought with it a lot of iconic Canadian celeb moments. Not only did Shawn Mendes have the opportunity to perform and win at last night's award show, but Shania Twain stole the spotlight as well. The Canadian country singer had everyone up off their seats for at least ten minutes, including some of the music industry's biggest names. While Canada's talent spent their high points on stage, Post Malone's American Music Awards highlight has to be the amazing dance moves he pulled off at his seat during Shania Twain's performance.
Taylor Swift wasn't the only artist to give a career-spanning tribute last night. Shania Twain made her incredible comeback to mainstream music when she took the stage decked out in an iconic neon-pink cape, fishnets, and black choker.
To start the crowd off she began by performing a rendition of some of today's more popular music, Taylor Swift and Post Malone, being her victims.
But she blew people away when the stage lit up and she belted out the greatest hits of her career, "Still The One," "Any Man of Mine," "That Don't Impress Me Much," and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman."
We don't know if it was Twain's decision to sing one of his hits or her bedazzled pink guitar, but Post Malone looked like he had the time of his life during the.
E! News shared a video of him dancing his heart out while Twain sang "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" in the background.
He bobbed his head, performed some of the songs iconic dance moves, and sang along to every line.
To top it all off he spent the entire video with a huge smile on his face.
It's safe to say the Post Malone was everyone dancing in their living rooms watching the awards at home.
Although Twain is gettingand rejecting her hug at the end of yesterday's show, the singer has shown nothing but gratefulness for her opportunity last night.
This was also the perfect way for her to start off herthat kicks off next month.
This next decade could potentially be Shania Twain filled and we're completely okay with it.