BBC Glastonbury fans say 'she can't' as Shania Twain leaves Pyramid Stage

Shania Twain performing on the Pyramid Stage
-Credit: (Image: Ben Birchall/PA Wire)

Shania Twain took to Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage on Sunday to perform the hotly-anticipated Legends Slot.

The 58-year-old global icon opened with her 1998 hit That Don't Impress Me Much, wearing a pink ruffled outfit and a black cowboy hat. She later took this off to reveal a black mini dress with matching gloves.

Shania follows pop royalty such as Dolly Parton and Kylie Minogue who have previously performed in the coveted slot at Worthy Farm.

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Some fans watching at home on the BBC were disappointed with the performance, which they said was plagued with sound problems. But as some viewers panned the display, others hit back to defend Shania.

After the slot had finished and as the star left the stage, Hazel said on X: "Go Shania Twain! She can’t help the sound issues". Sharing photos from a previous gig, Jack said: "Tapping in to defend Shania Twain. She can really sing live, as someone who stood this close to her."

Tom said: "People need to learn how live music works. Shania Twain was clearly having in ear issues for the first couple songs. Fingers in ears and on the battery pack constantly.

"Third song it got sorted and she was in tune and in time. But nope judgements already been made."

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