Shania Twain looks 'incredible' in behind-the-scenes post from 'Giddy Up' music video

The Canadian country singer, 57, gave fans a peek at her new music video for "Giddy Up."

Shania Twain released a music video for her new single,
Shania Twain released a music video for her new single, "Giddy Up," on Thursday. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for ZFF)

Shania Twain is showing off her fun side.

On Wednesday, the 57-year-old singer took to social media to share a behind-the-scenes clip from her new music video for "Giddy Up!" In the clip, the country-pop icon worked on an engine of a car inside a garage while wearing brown work boots, blue coveralls and a matching blue baseball hat.

The "You're Still The One" and "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" songstress wiped the car's engine with a rag in the video, before she mouthed the words "giddy up" along to her song, while letting the car's hood slam and skipping away from the camera.

"I have no idea what I'm doing," Twain captioned her post on Instagram, alongside an upside down smiling emoji.

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Tons of fans took to the comments to show love for Twain, with many raving about how good she looks.

"You look 25! OMG!" someone wrote on Instagram.

"OK, so you've got a car. That don't impress me much #iconic," one fan added, referencing the singer's hit 1997 song.

"OK, should I wear this to your concert," another asked.

"You look fab' doing it, though," someone wrote on TikTok.

"Doing a better job than me," someone else joked.

"I love the music video for Giddy Up," one fan penned.

On Thursday, Twain released the official dance video for "Giddy Up" on YouTube, the third single off of the artist's upcoming sixth studio album, "Queen of Me."

In December, the Windsor, Ont.-born star told Billboard she's excited about releasing a new album for the first time in more than five years.

"It's like a renaissance period for me," Twain, who's preparing to tour globally in April, explained. "To be experiencing it as a relevant artist still, that's rewarding. I feel a renewed confidence. I don't have anything to prove anymore, and I feel freedom in that.

"I may not be able to [sing] forever, but right now, I'm just enjoying where I am. ... All these years later, I'm still here, almost in a bigger way — and I'm embracing it."

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