Talk about stopping traffic. Shania Twain did just that on Wednesday when she arrived at the Las Vegas Strip on horseback ahead of her headline gig at Caesars Palace.
Revelers in Las Vegas watched as 47-year-old Twain and a herd of horses escorted the singer on horseback to Caesar's Palace which many called a "stampede," CBS reported. According to the Las Vegas Sun, Twain stropped traffic for some time during and after her arrival. Police said a portion of the strip near the fountain was blocked off as she arrived to the tunes of "Man, I Feel Like A Woman" and "Still The One."
“I could have gone riding all around town all day," the country music star from Canada said.
Twain arrived in Las Vegas to begin her two-year residency deal at Caesar's where she will headline shows. Twain, who has sold more than 75 million albums and has five Grammy Awards, joins the ranks of stars like Celine Dion, Sir Elton John and Rod Stewart who have all headlined for years in Sin City.
Twain's show, "Shania: Still the One," opens Dec. 1 at the 4,300-seat Colosseum at Caesar's Palace.
But Shania Twain isn't the only person to have caused a spectacle upon arrival in Las Vegas. In September, 1955, singer Frank Sinatra rode into the Dunes hotel on a camel.