The 'From This Moment On' singer is going to run Olympic Games torch at her hometown of Timmins, Ontario on January 1, 2010.
Shania Twain has returned home to Timmins, Ontario to take part in the town's Olympic Games torch run on New Year's Day, 2010. The country singer will participate in Friday's run, which will spark promotions for the upcoming Winter Olympics, February 10 in Vancouver, Canada.
Feeling sporty, Twain attended an ice hockey game with friends at the McIntyre Arena in her hometown on Tuesday night, December 29.
Shania Twain has pursued a music career since early 1990s. She first released her debut album "Shania Twain" in 1993, but claimed her fame through her sophomore set "The Woman in Me" which arrived in stores two years later. In addition, she has the best selling album in the history of country music when her third effort "Come on Over" pulled in around 15,487,000 units in 2001.