Shania Twain is used to being the superstar onstage, but during a recent Backstreet Boys concert in Las Vegas, Nev., the tables turned, and the country star was the fan being pulled onstage. The boy band spotted Twain in the audience and invited her up, to sing one of their famous love songs to her.

During Friday's (Feb. 8) performance for their Larger Than Life residency, the Backstreet Boys pulled Twain onstage during their song "Shape of My Heart." Band member AJ McLean headed into the VIP section to bring Twain up -- and she obliged, likely becoming the envy of plenty of the other fans in attendance.

Readers can press play above to see Twain onstage with BSB. The country star played the role perfectly, even blowing kisses to McLean and his bandmates, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson. McLean even offered Twain a rose during the performance!

“Back with the @backstreetboys, alright!” Twain writes on Instagram “Thank you so much for having me on stage 🌹😍.”

Twain's relationship with the Backstreet Boys goes back multiple decades: In 1999, the two acts teamed up for a special TV performance of Twain's smash hit "From This Moment On." In 2018, Twain hung out with the band in Vegas as well.

The Backstreet Boys, of course, have other connections to country music: In 2017, the band earned a No. 1 country song, with "God, Your Mama and Me," their collaboration with Florida Georgia Line. Their newest album, DNA, also includes a song co-written by Dustin Lynch.

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