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Shania Twain compares her 2019 style with her first AMAs look in 1996

She also took a look back on her 20-plus year career in the music industry.
2019 American Music Awards - Red Carpet
Shania Twain walks the red carpet at the 2019 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic for dcp
/ Source: TODAY

Shania Twain stunned at the American Music Awards on Sunday night, walking the red carpet in a silk top and sparkling black skirt before taking a look back at her long career in the industry.

She posed for photos, making sure to show off the chiffon panels of her skit, before jumping into an interview for "Entertainment Tonight" alongside the DJ and producer Diplo.

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Diplo was clearly thrilled to meet her, saying he was "fangirling" over the moment.

He told Twain he has a remix of her song "That Don't Impress Me Much" that he plays often during his shows.

"You do?!" Twain exclaimed. "Send it to me!"

After Diplo walked away, Twain went on to say it's been a long road for her since her first AMAs experience in 1996.

"I’m feeling much more comfortable in my skin," she said, adding that she was excited for all the up-and-comers in the industry.

"I’m so proud of them (all the new young artists)," she said. "I’m really a fan of what’s going on in music right now and I’m just watching as a proud fan and a proud artist.”

Shania Twain at the 1996 American Music AwardsFrank Trapper / Corbis via Getty Images

Last week, Twain shared a video of herself from the 1996 AMAs.

At that ceremony, she wore a green bolero-style jacket over a leather halter top and matching pants.

At the end of Sunday's show, Twain took the stage in an orange body suit and hot pink robe to perform a medley of her biggest hits, including "You're Still the One" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"

Twain sings a mashup of her biggest hits at the 2019 American Music Awards.Kevin Winter / Getty Images for dcp

The musical performances from the AMAs were not immediately available online.