Shania Twain Reveals New Las Vegas Show

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Country superstar Shania Twain is launching a new show in Las Vegas and tells ET's Nancy O'Dell that she'll be sharing the same stage as Celine Dion.
Shania said she's thrilled to be doing a show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace -- where Celine has a multi-year contract to perform -- and this will give her the chance to regularly interact with her fans. In the show, called "Shania: Still The One," the singer is scheduled to perform 60 shows per year, beginning Dec. 1, 2012.
"Just the fact that it's an opportunity to reconnect with the fans again, with the public. I love the interaction with the people. And you know, you can't do that any other way, unless you're onstage. So it's a chance to celebrate again with the public."
The Grammy Award winning artist said that unlike going on the road, performing in Las Vegas will allow her to spend more time with her son Eja and other family members.
In the interview, Shania also discusses how she's dealt with the voice condition dysphonia, which she says was triggered by anxiety after years of repressing fears and emotions. But she tells Nancy she now feels like she's in a very good place in life. "I'm at a very good place. I'm at a very, very good place. I've come such a long way and I'm very grateful for the whole journey, really."
Shania already revealed to ET details of her painful breakup and divorce, as well as her marriage earlier this year to current husband Frederic Thiebaud. For more footage of her fabulous wedding, be sure to catch the season finale of her reality show "Why Not? With Shania Twain," this Sunday at 10 p.m. on OWN.