Despite Friday night's bitterly cold, windy weather, Shania Twain carried the Olympic torch through her Canadian hometown of Timmins, Ontario. According to People.com, more than one thousand fans endured the minus-30-degree wind-chill factor and cheered as Shania ran onto a makeshift stage at a city park wearing a white torchbearer's uniform. After stopping for a quick photo op, Twain jumped up and down, smiled, waved and lit a ceremonial cauldron to kick off a show. Prior to the event, she said, "There is a lot of excitement surrounding the voyage of the Olympic flame as it makes its way through our beautiful country. I am proud to be a small part of the flame's journey to its final destination at the games in Vancouver. I will never forget this honor and cherish the privilege." The Olympics will begin on February 12.