Famed country music superstar Shania Twain might be lending her performing skills to a whole new venue in the fall - Dancing With the Stars.
Twain conducted a Facebook chat via the Caesars Palace account on Monday where she revealed that she wouldn't necessarily be opposed to competing on Dancing With the Stars.
When a fan asked if she would ever "do" the show, Twain replied, "I'd consider it!"
Twain would be the fourth country music singer to compete on Dancing With the Stars after Wynonna Judd, who was eliminated first in Season 16 with pro Tony Dovolani, Chuck Wicks, who came in sixth place in Season 8 with Julianne Hough and Sara Evans, who withdrew with Dovolani in the midst of her divorce so that she could be with her kids.
In the Facebook chat, Twain also revealed that she has an album "in the works." This will be her first studio album since releasing her Greatest Hits album in 2004. Her last studio album with all new music was Up! in 2002.
Twain has mostly stayed out of the spotlight since the early 2000s, though she did have a very short reality show in 2011 called Why Not? with Shania Twain on the OWN network. Assuming she participated in Dancing With the Stars, this would be her first big national appearance in the spotlight in a long time. This could also potentially help with sales for her eventual new album.
Dancing With the Stars Season 19 is set to debut on Monday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. on ABC. The series will be featuring a Tuesday results show for its first two weeks.