Legends — and legendary ‘suits — by no means die.
Shania Twain is crushing the maximalist trend sport as soon as once more in a rebooted model of her unforgettably flamboyant leopard-print ensemble, which made its fierce debut in 1997’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much.”
In a video launched Thursday by masked minstrel Orville Peck, the 54-year-old queen of pop-country stole the scene — fairly intentionally — in a head-to-toe catsuit, full with gold fringe and a glittery cowboy hat.
The empowering anthem, known as “Legends Never Die,” seems on Peck’s model new EP “Show Pony,” accessible now on streaming platforms.
Filmed not too long ago in the course of the pandemic, the video is ready at a socially distanced drive-in theater, and options cameos from plenty of different “cowfolx” — a euphemism for queer nation folks — together with “RuPaul’s Drag Race” star Jaida Essence Corridor, drag bodybuilder Miss Toto, trend influencer Rebecca Brosnan and mannequin Zachariah Shaw. There’s a “special vocal appearance” by one more legend of showbiz, John Waters, who performs a radio DJ within the video.
Followers praised the over-the-top nation crooners for all the time staying true to kind.
“Legends also apparently don’t age. Shania is STUNNING,” stated one viewer.
“The look of pure joy on Orville’s face when Shania steals the intro to the song,” stated one other.
For some, the collaboration was a match made in early-aughts homosexual heaven.
“My first love as a young gay boy was Shania,” stated one admirer. “Seeing these two together just ignites such joy for me!”
“Well this officially marks 2020 turning around!,” added one other.
Singing in entrance of an out of doors film display screen, the nation crooner with a thriller mug wore a silver-painted leather-based jacket with rainbow flames and his signature fringe face cowl.
Peck’s age and origins have largely been stored a secret by the evidently personal musician, who informed L’Officiel in 2019 that he was “born in the Southern hemisphere” and lived there most of his life earlier than spending his “formative years between a few places in North America” and Europe. Regardless of his globe-trotting way of life, he described his persona as “rooted in Americana.”