Shania Twain closed out Sunday night's (Nov. 24) 2019 American Music Awards with a medley of some of her biggest hits, and had the crowd dancing along throughout the set. Perhaps no one had as much fun during Twain's performance, however, as Post Malone.

Malone, a rapper and singer known for hits such as "Better Now" and "Psycho," was in the front row at the 2019 AMAs, and TV cameras captured him having an absolute blast dancing and singing along to Twain's catalog of '90s country hits. Someone in the audience, too, caught Malone's one-man dance party -- and he was loving it.

Malone's lip-syncing to "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" is particularly impressive (and, if we're being honest, it's how we all hope we look when we're dancing along to that song). He also gets bonus points for not spilling his drink while rocking out.

Malone previously shared his love for Twain over the summer, during a late-night TV appearance: While speaking with Jimmy Fallon, the artist admitted that he plays a lot of Twain's music while he's preparing for his own shows.

Twain's 2019 AMAs medley also included her songs "You're Still the One" and "That Don't Impress Me Much." She kicked off the performance with an acoustic mini-medley of a few recently popular songs, including Malone's own "Rockstar."

Twain's 2019 American Music Awards performance was her first at the show in 16 years. In 2020, she will head back to Las Vegas, Nev., for a new residency at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Let's Go! The Las Vegas Residency opens on Dec. 6 and will keep Twain in Vegas for two years.

LOOK: Shania Twain on the 2019 American Music Awards Red Carpet

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