Shania showed herself in all her glory, appearing in a tight dress at an important evening
Shania Twain looked every inch the global superstar as she walked the red carpet at the BRIT Awards at the O2 Arena on Saturday night.
The singer, 57, looked stunning in a vibrant bright yellow gown that clung to her curves.
With a pair of strappy gold high heels, she added a few inches to her frame.
Shania accessorized with diamond bracelets, earrings, and a glitzy matching necklace for extra sparkle.
Her brunette hair was styled in a voluminous blowdry with soft waves and parted down the middle.
She finished her glamorous look with a full face of Florrie White’s radiant Charlotte Tilbury Beauty make-up, which accentuated her natural beauty.
Her appearance at the star-studded awards show comes after she was named UK number one album by the Official Charts Company.
Shania’s third UK number one album, following 1998’s Come On Over and 2017’s Now, is Queen Of Me.
At the ceremony, she presented Harry Styles with the Song Of The Year award for As It Was.
For the second year in a row, Mo Gilligan hosted The BRIT Awards, which took place on a Saturday for the first time in the ceremony’s history and was broadcast live from London’s O2 Arena.
Harry Styles swept the ceremony, taking home four awards and winning in every category in which he was nominated, including the coveted Artist of the Year award.
The singer, 29, dedicated the award to several female artists who were not nominated after the BRITs were chastised for their all-male Artist of the Year lineup when the category went gender neutral.
During the show, which was plagued by technical difficulties during the live broadcast and saw British act Wet Leg win big, he also took home awards for Album of the Year for Harry’s House, Song of the Year for As It Was, and Pop/R&B Act.
Harry opened this year’s BRIT Awards with a performance of his song As It Was, which he wrote.
The show’s host, Mo Gilligan, then took the stage and welcomed viewers, saying, ‘For the first time ever, we’re on a Saturday night. The tables are once again in full swing.’
The first award of the night went to Aitch, who won for Hip-Hop/Grime Act.
Beyonce was named International Artist of the Year, beating out Kendrick Lamar, Lizzo, and Taylor Swift.
Becky Hill won the Dance Act award for the second year in a row, and in her acceptance speech, she paid tribute to some of her fellow artists. Harry also won the Best Pop/R&B Award, which was given to
After appearing to fluff his introduction to a performance by Lewis Capaldi by calling him Sam Capaldi, host Mo Gilligan apologised, joking that it was proof of how strong the drinks at the BRITs are.
Wet Leg won Best New Act, with lead singer Rhian Teasdale admitting she was nervous as she took the stage.
Fontaines DC won International Group of the Year after Harry was named Artist of the Year,
with member Carlos O’Connell accepting the award. Following that, Wet Leg received their second award of the evening, this time for Group of the Year.
Beyonce’s Break My Soul was named International Song of the Year, and the singer recorded a new message for her UK fans.