The TD Palace in Ottawa offered up a Grey Cup halftime show that pulled out more than a few Canadian tropes to appeal to the hometown fans.
Conjuring images of Tina Turner with head of big curls, and red fur coat and boots over a glittering red and silver catsuit, Twain opened with her 1998 hit "That Don't Impress Me Much". She was led from the sled to the stage by a group of Mounties because, Canada.
It was the fourth Grey Cup victory for Ricky Ray, making him the first player in CFL history to achieve that mark, but he wasn't the MVP of this championship game.
She capped her show with her 1997 hit "Man!" Suddenly the snow and the indifference disappeared.
I've talked to a number of people who said they weren't going to watch the Argos and Stampeders on Sunday. I Feel Like A Woman, and Life's About To Get Good!
We may not have had a dog in the fight, but that didn't stop Saskatchewan from watching the best football game on either side of the border Sunday.
Should've just canceled the second half and given the Grey Cup to Shania.