Elton John joined Shania Twain for an incredible one-off duet in 1999 and now she's releasing it as single

Publish Date
Tuesday, 29 November 2022, 1:20PM

Throughout his career, Sir Elton John has never shied away from working with other artists.

More recently he's worked with pop stars such as Dua Lipa and Britney Spears, having formerly sung alongside the likes of George Michael and Kiki Dee.

But unbeknown to us, he also performed a special one-off duet with country singer Shania Twain following the release of her album Come On Over in 1997.

Taking to the stage at Miami's Bayfront Park Amphitheatre as part of CBS' Winter Break, the pair belted out her gorgeous ballad 'You're Still The One.'

The 57-year-old's soft and delicate country twang complemented John's deep croon perfectly.

And now, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of her hit album, Twain has surprised fans by officially releasing the live duet.

The duet will feature on a new deluxe version of Come on Over, which is out now on Apple Music.

The duo also performed the Rocket Man's iconic 1974 track 'Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me.

Hopefully we get to see them perform live again soon!

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