Shania Twain runs with the torch
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
– Shania Twain is showing that you can go home again - at least to run with the Olympic torch.
Twain will be back in Timmins, Ontario, Canada on New Year's Day to run with the torch as it makes its way to Vancouver, Canada for the start of the Winter Olympics in February 2010.
Twain's run can be seen live at about 7 p.m. eastern time Friday.
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