Shania Twain has hilarious reaction after mistakenly singing into drumstick instead of mic

"I'm really glad somebody captured this moment," the singer said on social media.

Shania Twain is still laughing off her microphone mix-up.

The Grammy-winning singer was mid-concert last week and performing "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here" with a microphone in one hand and drumstick prop in the other when she made an understandable mistake: As captured in fan footage of the moment, Twain mistakenly brought the drumstick to her face and started singing — before quickly realizing that there was no sound coming out of the speakers.

The wide-eyed musician quickly corrected her mistake with the microphone, but then she was too tickled to sing. "Oh my God," Twain said with a laugh. "That was hilarious!"

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Twain did gather herself and resume the performance, but not without letting out a little more laughter.

In fact, the moment was still funny days later, when Twain shared a fan video on Instagram and owned the mishap. "I'm really glad somebody captured this moment," she wrote, "it's made me laugh all over again."

Like any experienced pop star, Twain is no stranger to recovering gracefully after an onstage setback. Last year, she took a tumble during her Queen of Me tour stop at Chicago's Credit Union 1 Amphitheater in Tinley Park.

But after slipping and sliding in her thigh-high boots during a rendition of "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)," Twain simply yelled, "Don't be stupid, Chicago! You know I love you," before popping back up to continue the song.

Twain is currently headlining her Las Vegas residency at the Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, with dates set to continue through December.

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