Whose bed have her dancing shoes been under? Because Shania Twain may be headed to Dancing with the Stars.
During a fan Q&A on the Caesar’s Palace Facebook page, Shania revealed she “would consider” signing on as the next country star to compete on the hit ABC show.
No word if DWTS has made Shania an offer to dance on their next season, but she would join a long line of celebs with country ties who’ve competed for the mirror-ball trophy.
Sara Evans, Chuck Wicks and country comedian Bill Engvall have each taken to the ballroom, and Kellie Pickler even won the show back in 2013.
Shania’s schedule may be opening up soon, as Caesar’s Palace has teased fans should see Shania before her Still the One residency at the legendary venue is over.
Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars premiere Sept. 15 on ABC.
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