In honor of International Women's Day on Monday and Women's History Month this March, Shania Twain launched the #LetsGoGirls challenge on TikTok.

Soundtracked to her iconic hit, "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," the challenge calls upon TikTok users to share the most empowering aspects of being a woman by creating a transition, or stitch, reacting to the song's famous opening line, "Let's go, girls!"

Twain shared a video on Monday that showed her getting out of bed in the morning and dancing outside her house to her hit song, which has long been associated with female empowerment in the music industry.

She encouraged her fans to share their own videos dancing to the song. "Join me on @tiktok and tag me in your #letsgogirls videos! ❤️" she wrote online.

“TikTok is a place where everyone has a voice. It is more than a platform, it is a community. Somewhere to celebrate creativity and have fun - so I’m in!" Twain said in a statement. "TikTok and I are spending March supporting all those who 'feel like a woman,' so join me loudly when I say ‘Let's go, girls!’”

Released in 1999, "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" reached the top five on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, and was also a hit on Billboard's Hot 100, Adult Top 40 and Adult Contemporary charts.

The song won a Grammy for best female country vocal performance in 2000.

In an interview with "Good Morning America" last year, Twain spoke about why she embraced being a "sensual women" early in her career and refused to change or mold herself around societal expectations.

"I never felt it was right to ask me to downplay my femininity just to be respected for my art," she said. "I resented that and I thought, 'No, in fact, I'm going to make my very first video braless -- because I'm a woman, and I don't feel like I need to strap myself down anymore, which is what I always did when I was in high school."

Check out the full interview here.