It had to be five or we'd give ya the whole back catalogue.
Can you name Shania Twain‘s most iconic track? We’re asking the big questions ahead of the Canadian star’s upcoming Australian tour, announced earlier this month.
Shania will tour Australia in support of her latest album, NOW, marking her first visit down under in almost two decades.
The iconic singer has no shortage of timeless tracks to her name, all contributing to her status as the top-selling female country artist of all time, including You’re Still The One, From This Moment, Man! I Feel Like A Woman! and That Don’t Impress Me Much.
But which hit do you think is the most iconic? Scroll down for our top contenders… let us know your pick @Ticketmaster_AU.
You’re Still The One (Come On Over, 1997)
That Don’t Impress Me Much (Come On Over, 1997)
Any Man of Mine (The Woman In Me, 1995)
Life’s About To Get Good (Now, 2017)
From The Moment On (Come On Over, 1997)
Dance With The One That Brought You (Self-titled, 1993)
I’m Gonna Getcha Good (Up!, 2002)
You Lay a Whole Lot of Love On Me (Self-titled, 1993)
Man! I Feel Like a Woman! (Come On Over, 1997)
When You Kiss Me (Up!, 2002)
What Made You Say That (Self-titled, 1993)
Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) (Come On Over, 1997)
Honey, I’m Home (Come On Over, 1997)
Tickets for Shania Twain’s 2018 Australian tour are on sale now. Head to Ticketmaster.com.au for SA and NSW tickets.