Her first run began after an eight-year break from the spotlight and will end December 14. Twain will start right back up January 22 and continue performing through February 15.
While she has been performing, she has written an album's worth of new songs and has a lot of decisions to make moving forward. This will be Twain's first album since 2002.
"I still haven’t picked my producer yet, so I’m sort of stuck on what to do," Twain said. "I’m just not there yet but getting there! At least I made a decision to actually get the songs written and get ready to record.
"It’s a tough decision for me. I’m not used to having to make that decision, to be honest, because I spent so many years not having to worry about the production."
She has not yet decided whether to start recording in Las Vegas or wait until her time at Caesars is over. For now, Twain will continue her stage show production with motorcycles, horses and sequined outfits.
With all the glitz this time around, the country star was asked about her thoughts on Miley Cyrus.
"Being in that critical eye is a challenge in itself. If Miley is assessing what she’s doing, and saying 'this is who I am,' then I say, do that. Hopefully she’s enjoying it."
Twain said that she was always comfortable with her public persona, despite being thrown into music fame in the mid-90s with "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under" and "Any Man of Mine."
"I smile at young artists being young, finding themselves. I think youth is beautiful. I think finding yourself is beautiful and very necessary."
"I got more comfortable with the flow," she said. "Playing in the same room, concert after concert, was a big change for me. I came to enjoy it, though.
"There’s no distractions, with the sound problems and the other technical issues involved with tearing down and building up a stage every night. You take away that distraction and you really feel more confident."