How Shania Twain Is Subtly Supporting Taylor Swift

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Shania Twain is solidifying her status as a bona-fide Swiftie!

The "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" artist recently shared a new photo from the rehearsals for her upcoming Las Vegas residency, when fans noticed a subtle nod to Taylor Swift in Twain's attire.

In the photo shared to Instagram earlier this week, Twain could be seen sporting a beige sweatsuit featuring a hoodie and matching sweatpants both branded with the letters "TTPD," the acronym for Swift's newest album, The Tortured Poets Department.

"We’re officially moved in and ready to party! 🤩 Counting down the days until you join us for Come On Over—All The Hits opening night!! 💫" Twain, 58, wrote in her post, while tons of fans in the comments immediately noticed that she was repping Swift's merch.

"SHANIA IS THAT TTPD MERCH," one fan wrote, while another gushed, "it’s the TTPD sweat set for me 😍💞."

"The fact that you are wearing a taylor tracksuit 😭🫶🏼," someone else's comment read.

The photo—shared just days before Twain opens her Las Vegas residency at the Bakkt Theater on Friday, May 10—has fans starting to wonder if Swift, 34, has something planned up her sleeve with the Queen of Country Pop.

The "Fortnight" songstress has also been seen wearing some of Twain's merch in the past, as she was previously spotted in one of Twain's t-shirts while on her way inside a recording studio.

The singers' mutual support for one another has made Swifties wonder if some sort of collaboration could be coming, as many have theorized that Twain might be featured on the re-recording of Swift's self-titled country album, which she has yet to drop the "Taylor's Version" of.

"Fully convinced Shania Twain is gonna be featured on debut TV," one fan speculated on X, while sharing side-by-side photos of Swift and Twain wearing each other's merch.

"That would be iconic," someone else replied, while another person chimed in to agree, "It's a need."

So far, Swift has released the re-recordings of four albums: Fearless, Speak Now, Red and 1989, which have featured several collaborations with Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Hayley Williams, Ed Sheeran, Phoebe Bridgers, Fall Out Boy and more.

The only albums left that Swift will be re-recording are her self-titled debut album and her 2017 album, Reputation.

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