Shania Twain took time from her busy tour schedule to perform her single “Life's About to Get Good” on June 11, during a TV appearance on “The Late Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” The song is the lead single from the five-time Grammy winner's chart-topping comeback album Now, which dropped Sept. 29, 2017, via Mercury.
Fans who missed the appearance can check out a stream of the performance, posted on June 12 at the official YouTube channel of “The Late Late Show.” The Queen of Country Pop previously appeared on the popular CBS late-night talk show last October to debut her single "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed."
In the 3: 50-minute video clip, “The Late Late Show” audience immediately begins clapping along from the outset of the opening bars of “Life's About to Get Good.” The iconic Canuck songstress hit the stage, looking svelte in a two-piece leopard print ensemble and has the audience eating out of the palm of her hand as she launches into the first verse of her self-penned ode to recovering from a bad relationship, singing, “I wasn't just broken/I was shattered/I trusted you so much/You're all that mattered.”
Now is available here in both standard and deluxe editions in CD, digital, vinyl and streaming formats. Fans can check out Twain's “Late Late Show” performance of “Life's About to Get Good” above.
The “You're Still the One” hitmaker will continue her Shania Twain: Now Tour on June 12 in North Little Rock, Ark., at Verizon Arena. The North American leg wraps up Aug. 4 in Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden Arena with the multi-platinum seller heading overseas for a fall tour of Europe and the U.K., which launches Sept. 19 in Glasgow, U.K., at The SSE Hydro.