Country darling Kacey Musgraves teamed up with pop sensation Harry Styles for a one-of-a-kind performance of the legendary Shania Twain’s amazing hit, “You’re Still The One.”

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Kacey Musgraves and Harry Styles Duet in Madison Square Garden

During one of the Stiles show in Madison Square back in 2018, British heartthrob Styles revealed to the world that he’s a massive Shania Twain fan (but let’s face it, who isn’t?). The former One Direction member belted out a stunning version of the classic hit “You’re Still the One” with Kacey Musgraves, his then opening artist.

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When he announced that he was going to belt out “one of his personal favorites,” the crowd was confused when he invited Musgraves on stage. But when the first few notes hit everyone’s ears and she started singing, everyone cheered in approval.

The performance swept everyone off of their feet as Musgraves and Styles traded verses with each other, effectively captivating the audience.

This also wasn’t the first time Styles had mentioned he was a fan of Twain. He had an interview with Entertainment Tonight back in 2017, where he expressed his admiration for the artist.

“I think both my music and fashion main influence was probably Shania Twain… I think she’s amazing.”

You’re Still The One Origins

The original song won in the 1998 Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance, as well as Best Country Song.

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Her album, Come on Over spent a record-breaking 50 weeks at #1 on Billboard Country Album Charts, selling 22 million in the USA and a total of 39 million worldwide. At that time, it was the best selling album by a female solo artist in the country, as well as the biggest selling country LP in both the UK and US.

Twain wrote this song with her then-husband, rock producer Robert “Mutt” Lange. The lyrics were inspired by their marriage, and at that time many felt would not last. To be fair, the soothsayers were right when Twain and Lange divorced in 2008 after fourteen years of marriage.

Watch the amazing duet here!