Shania Twain Thanks Harry Styles For ‘Sweet Tweet’ By Inviting One Direction To Las Vegas Show

Harry Styles appears to have found himself yet another older female admirer with Shania Twain thanking the heartthrob for lavishing a “sweet” compliment by inviting he and his One Direction bandmates to watch one of her Las Vegas shows.

The One Direction cutie may be Down Under in Australia while on the boy band’s tour but Harry seems to be getting to grips with country music, apparently enjoying a jamming session to Shania Twain this week and he even took to Twitter to reveal his interesting taste in music.

“Shania Twain is so good,” Harry tweeted in the early hours today, and while it prompted several funny reactions from fans including a rather confused @stylesfedora who said: “I don’t get you sometimes,” it caught the attention of the right person as Shania wasted no time in responding.

“Thank you for your sweet tweet, @Harry_Styles . U and @onedirection are welcome to a #ShaniaInVegas show anytime!” Shania wrote.


The 48-year-old country star, who is famous for hits such as ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman,’ ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much,’ ‘You’re Still The One’ and ‘Come On Over,’ will be kicking off a two month residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, which Celine Dion once reigned, from October 15 to December 14 and with One Direction’s world tour ending on November 3, they’ll have plenty of time to jet over to the US to check out one of Shania’s shows.

Shania may have to compete with Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence for Harry’s affections as the curly-haired cutie recently admitted that the actress had stolen his heart. “She dresses cool. I like her at all those big awards things,” Harry told InStyle magazine.

A source also told the Daily Star back in March: “He fell in love with Jennifer after watching her speech at the Oscars.”

Meanwhile, One Direction are preparing for the release of their third album ‘Midnight Memories’ on November 25 and for those Directioners that are just too eager, they can pre-order the LP right now.