Shania Twain looked typically stylish on Wednesday as she was snapped in London arriving at Virgin Radio, ahead of appearing on the Chris Evans Break fast show.
The country-pop singer, 57, appeared ultra-radiant for the radio chatshow as she flashed a smile on arrival.
She opted for a patterned shirt dress with a striped design, high collared neck, tie waist and midi length.
Teaming the look with a pair of suede knee-high boots, the performer elevated her height with the high block heel.
Shania then added a longline leather trench coat on top as she kept warm from the brisk winter breeze in the capital.
Stylish: Shania Twain, 57, looked chic in a patterned shirt dress and knee-high heeled boots as she arrived to Virgin Radio on Wednesday for the Chris Evans Breakfast Show
Ensemble: She opted for a patterned shirt dress with a striped design, high collared neck, tie waist and midi length
Shania’s chestnut brown tresses were left to fall freely in a soft curl, as she added a glamorous make-up look with a black sultry eye.
While she accessorised the look with a pair of golden hoop earrings and a statement ring.
The performing legend appeared in high spirits as she signed the records of eager fans who were awaiting her arrival.
And inside the studio, she shared a hug with presenter Chris Evans – posting a video to Instagram as she penned: ‘Thank you for having me @virginradiouk @chrisevanstfi’.
While she discussed her new album, Queen Of Me, during the morning show, sharing: ‘This has ended up being my happy album because Covid was weighing me down, like all of us, weighing us down, big heavy cloud.
‘So, when I went in to write, and ended up using it to turn my mood around and be like “I just want to make myself smile today, I just want to laugh today and write something that makes me want to dance”‘.
It comes after Shania revealed earlier this week that she was thankful for being in a homeless shelter as a child because it meant she wasn’t out on the street.
Appearing on KIIS FM, she bonded with presenter Kyle Sandilands about their traumatic shared experience of being on the streets.
The look: Teaming the look with a pair of suede knee-high boots, the performer elevated her height with the high block heel
Fans: The performing legend appeared in high spirits as she signed the records of eager fans who were awaiting her arrival
‘First we went to a battered women’s sort of crisis centre until they can place you in a battered women’s home,’ Shania told the radio host.
‘Thankfully we were placed fairly quickly within a week or two into a battered wives home which was so necessary, all the steps are necessary to keep you protected and off the street so it’s better to be in a homeless shelter than be homeless on the street’ she added.
‘It can be quite a traumatic situation and a lot of women and children are in that situation up until this day and I always feel for those people and I feel more should be done worldwide, I’ve been in there and Shania Twain and her mother has been there,’ he said.
Hi co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson agreed, saying: ‘There’s nothing more heart breaking than seeing a mum with her kids and nowhere to go.’
Shania has previously said her family was so poor they’d tie plastic bags over their broken shoes in winter and a common family meal was ‘goulash’ – dry bread with boiled milk and sugar.
‘That was our life, that was all we knew,’ says Shania, who now has homes in the Bahamas, Canada, Las Vegas and Switzerland and is worth an estimated AUD $564 million.
Chatting: While she discussed her new album, Queen Of Me, during the morning show