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There is a first time for everything, Shania Twain writes in an intimate fan letter

After signing a fan's thigh while she was on stage at a concert in Canada, singer Shania Twain said that “there's a first time for everything.”
According to mirror.co.uk, Shania left a lasting impression on one devoted fan on her Queen of Me tour.
Shania posted a clip from her sold-out event, which drew around 15,000 people, on Instagram.
The 57-year-old country music legend posted a video of a fan standing on stage with the performer crouching down and brandishing a permanent pen.
The fan pulled up his shorts to expose even more skin while facing the Canadian celebrity with his thigh fully exposed.
The fan already got a tattoo of a bed with some boots below it when Shania is shown writing her mark over it.
'Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?' by Shania, which was included in the video she posted in 1995, was undoubtedly referenced by the fan's tattoo.
In a cobalt blue chiffon dress and some knee-high cowboy boots, Shania knelt down. While Shania's fan was dressed in shorts, a black t-shirt, and a beige cowboy hat.
Shania signed the top of her fan's leg while beaming, leaving her admirers astounded, along with the audience who watched and her followers online.
In the description accompanying the video clip, Shania said, “There's a first time for everything.”
One fan wrote: “I hope he goes and gets that tattooed right away!” after seeing the image.
And the guy indeed had Shania's signature inked on his body, as his wife seemed to corroborate in the comments section when she wrote: “This is my husband! He had it inked on him. A whole dream realized.
Even the lady's husband posted photos of himself on stage with Shania and a photo of his new tattoo on his own open Instagram profile.

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