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Shania Twain Rocks Business Chic While Trying Out a Bold New Hairstyle

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Shania Twain never disappoints when it comes to her red carpet wardrobe choices.

The country pop songstress looked glamorous for a photo-op at the 2024 MusiCares Person of the Year event in Los Angeles, Calif., on Friday, Feb. 2, to support honoree Jon Bon Jovi.

Twain, 58, walked the red carpet in a business chic ensemble, made up of an olive green blazer and matching shorts set, which she paired with a form-fitting hunter green turtleneck underneath.

She accessorized the sophisticated look with a chunky army green belt, knee-high black heeled boots, black nails and some gold jewelry.

The "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" singer opted for a bold new hairstyle during the outing, with her hair dyed a super dark brunette shade and pulled back into what appeared to be a low braid.

Shania Twain attends the 2024 MusiCares Person Of The Year Honoring Jon Bon Jovi at Los Angeles Convention Center on February 02, 2024 in Los Angeles, California.<p>JC Olivera/Getty Images</p>
Shania Twain attends the 2024 MusiCares Person Of The Year Honoring Jon Bon Jovi at Los Angeles Convention Center on February 02, 2024 in Los Angeles, California.

JC Olivera/Getty Images

The hairstyle is much different than how fans typically see Twain's hair, as just last week, she stepped out for an event with her usual caramel highlights and honey brown shade.

But Twain ended up letting her hair down during Friday's event, as she took the stage later in the evening to perform a rendition of Bon Jovi's "Bed of Roses."

During the performance, Twain's long, dark locks appeared to have a crimped, wavy style, likely because of the braid she wore earlier on the red carpet.

She switched up her outfit for the performance, changing into an all-black leather look featuring skin-tight pants and a black leather jacket with fringe along the front.

Twain also took part in one last performance at the end of the evening, featuring several of the night's other performers, including Jelly Roll, Melissa Etheridge, Lainey Wilson, Jason Isbell and Sammy HagarBruce Springsteen was not part of the final ensemble  performance, though he did sing with Bon Jovi earlier on in the show.

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