Shania Twain is in her "new era."
On Sunday evening, the Canadian country music icon attended the 2023 CMT Awards — where she not only wowed her fans with two stunning looks but also took home the Equal Play Award — an achievement that recognizes diversity and underrepresented voices in country music.
Twain's first look of the night made its debut on the red carpet and has since garnered praise from fans on social media.
The 57-year-old stepped out in a red and black cutout turtleneck gown with mesh sleeves, a thigh-high slit and a train. She paired the dress with black, patent leather platform high heels, and wore her red hair down sleeked down with a middle part.
"Shania's new era! This look is everything. I'm obsessed," an Instagram user wrote of Twain's red carpet look.
"I love how much fun she’s having lately with wigs and fashion!" another added.
"Shania is serving," someone else chimed in.
One person commented: "Shania can pull off anything."
"Timeless," wrote another.
For her second look of the night, Twain rocked a purple tweed hot pant set that included a cropped, short-sleeve blazer. She paired the outfit with a black cowboy hat and black, thigh-high boots.
The "Any Man Of Mine" singer also opened up in a red carpet interview about body positivity, after receiving backlash earlier this year for posing nude on the cover art of her single "Waking Up Dreaming."
"I’m just doing what I do. I only pay attention to the positive reaction, if I’m being really honest. I don’t invite negativity in," she told Fox News. "I take responsibility for my decisions and once I make them, I’ve made them because I’m happy with them. So, it doesn’t matter to me."
The five-time Grammy Award winner explained that she has been embracing her body's changes as she ages.
"As we get older especially, we do tend to get more, shy or more critical of our bodies. Our skin starts sag, it’s just part of growing old," Twain said. "I plan on aging naturally."
"That also means being comfortable in your skin and instead of hiding it, embracing it and enjoying it," she added.