Orville Peck is proving just why he's the queer King of Country with his brand new music video.
'Legends Never Die', the latest single taken from the masked singer's new EP Show Pony - out today - sees Orville team up with the one and only Shania Twain, who sports a twist on her iconic 'That Don't Impress Me Much' leopard-print catsuit for the ultimate Nashville drive-in gig.
Joining them in the audience is none other than RuPaul's Drag Race season 12 winner Jaida Essence Hall, who just so happens to be on the cover of the Attitude September issue, out now to download and to order globally.
America's newest drag superstar is just one of the cameos featured in the Cameron Duddy of Midland-directed video, with singer Evil also taking up a parking spot in the audience, and legendary queer filmmaker John Waters providing the opening voiceover.
Of Ms Twain's involvement, former Attitude cover star Orville says: "I cannot thank Shania enough for being part of this; she has always been a hero of mine and her music made me feel so empowered growing up.
"As cliché as it sounds, recording with her and getting to get up on stage and sing with her in Nashville is a dream come true. No words really."
True dat, Orville. Check out the video for 'Legends Never Die' below: