Shania Twain to Star in Christian Film “I Still Believe” by Jeremy Camp

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Country sensation Shania Twain is making quite the comeback with her Las Vegas ‘Let’s Go!’ residency to close out 2019 and bring in the New Year.

Though she’s been out of the limelight for a while, Twain’s November 24th AMA performance was living proof that the singer is ‘Still The One.’ The country diva stole the show with a medley of covers that included Post Malone’s “Rockstar,” Twenty One Pilots’ “Stressed Out,” Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off,” and even Drake’s “God’s Plan.”


She then hit the stage with a few of her own hit singles, finishing the set with “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man, I Feel Like A Woman.”

Her nostalgic performance even had Post Malone dancing along like a giddy 90s teenager:

The 54-year-old who recently made headlines for calling out radio stations for being sexist and ageist proved that her talent is timeless as she took over the Twitterverse.

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“Twitter blowing up with Shania Twain is my favorite kind of Twitter,” wrote one fan.

But the music scene isn’t the only thing Twain is dominating this coming year. The songstress will also be starring as a supporting actress alongside Gary Sinise in Jeremy Camp’s upcoming film “I Still Believe.”

Twain plays the role of the Christian singer’s mom as the then-20-year-old Jeremy Camp (played by KJ Apa) navigates his own personal story of love, loss, and faith put to the ultimate test.

Named after Camp’s hit single, “I Still Believe,” the movie follows the journey of Camp’s wife Melissa’s sickness–as well as his testimony of overcoming adversity.

“[The movie] tells my story and shares what God has done amidst all the hard things I went through,” says Camp. “It shows hope in the midst of pain.”

The biographical film is set to hit theaters on March 13, 2020. Watch the emotional trailer below:

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