Shania Twain's Staples Center Concert Hit by Power Outage

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Shania Twain during an earlier tour stop in Philadelphia

The Canadian pop-country veteran was performing "That Don't Impress Me Much" when an explosion downtown caused a brief disruption.

It was a case of "no power, no problem" when Shania Twain played the Staples Center in L.A. last night.

The Canadian pop-country veteran was performing "That Don't Impress Me Much" when an explosion downtown triggered a power outage.

Unshaken, Twain waited and chatted with fans in the audience before restarting the song when a secondary power source kicked in “within five minutes,” according to the venue's organizers.

Fan-filmed footage shows Twain keeping her cool until the power returned.

Twain, who wore a Rolling Stones shirt during her set, had a fine time, despite the blackout. "We had so much fun in LA that we blew the power out! We came back up within minutes and kept rocking,” she tweeted.

This story first appeared on Billboard.com.

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