After news broke out that legendary singer, songwriter Shania Twain was going to headline the annual Grey Cup halftime show 2017, Canada, and the whole world went crazy. The halftime show has seen some pretty great acts but this time, it is being graced by the best-selling female country musician of all time. It is bound to go down as one of the most memorable moments in history.
Twain is no stranger to this stage. She lit it up for the first time 15 years ago when it took place at the Commonwealth Stadium. She left the crowd going wild as they sang along to the songs “I’m gonna getcha good” and “Up” which were the only two songs that she performed. It seems like she made such an impression that she is coming in for the second time at a revolutionary time of her life.
In a career that has spanned over 3 decades, Twain’s halftime performance on the 26th of November will mark a triumphant return into mainstream media after the success of her new album NOW which debut at the top of the Billboard 200. She once again proved that she is the queen of the country no matter what generation it is. Now is her fifth studio album and it comes a whopping 15 years after her previous project �Up’.
Everyone is very excited about this upcoming performance. Both Shania Twain and Freedom Mobile (who are the sponsors) are equally enthusiastic about working together. It is no secret that Shania Twain is Canada’s biggest and greatest icon, therefore, CFL officials feel that having her grace one of the biggest events in the nation for the second time will be an honor. It will also be a great day for all Canadians as they mark their nation’s 150th birthday.
The Grey Cup 2017 is Canada’s biggest sporting event. you can see here all Halftime Show. It will be broadcasted live on numerous stations such as Sirius XM, ESPN2, RDS, TSN and BT Sport. This year, all the action is taking place at the TD Place Stadium in Ottawa. TD Place Stadium is the home ground for the Ottawa Redblacks. They had been selected to host the 102nd Grey Cup but they had to turn it down due to construction issues. After a major upgrade to the club and stadium, the club made an agreement with their ownership group that they would host at least one grey cup game in their first four years in the CFL. They joined in 2014 and this year will mark their fourth year.
Finally, the grey cup returns to Ottawa after a 13-year drought. The TD Place will be hosting it for the first time ever thanks to the Redblacks successful debut into the main league. All that is left is the queen of the county to go and grace the stadium. Come November 26th, the whole world will be celebrating with Canada on such a special day. There is no doubt that the Grammy award-winning entertainer will shut the place down once again.