After a nearly decade-long hiatus, Shania Twain returned to country music as a resident performer in Las Vegas. And now, the 'Any Man of Mine' hitmaker has added 22 new dates to round out the first year of her two-year stint as a Las Vegas headliner.

This fall, Twain will play 22 dates for 'Shania: Still the One,' an extravaganza at Caesar's Palace's 4,300-seat concert hall. In addition to Twain singing her mega-hits, the performance will include trained horses and a live band -- and, of course, some glamorous costumes.

The 47-year-old Canadian singer told the Associated Press that a residency at Caesar's Palace is "a dream performance scenario" because it allows her to indulge her music career and keep up with her responsibilities as a wife and mother.

In 1997, Twain's album 'Any Man of Mine' became the top-selling album in country music history. By 2004, the iconic star was ready to take some time off of performing to be with her son, who is now 11. After a decade of rest -- and some difficult life events, like a public divorce -- Twain returned to country music with a grand entrance into Sin City on horseback last December.

The 'That Don't Impress Me Much' hitmaker sold out her first 24 shows of 'Shania: Still the One' at the Colosseum, and she'll return for another set of 12 shows on May 14. Tickets for the shows between mid-October and mid-December are on sale now.