Entertainment 6 Reasons Why Shania Twain Is Still Our Country-Pop Queen

21:18  04 october  2017
21:18  04 october  2017 Source:   Flare

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Despite her latest album being released way back in 2002, Shania Twain is still ranked as one of the best selling artists in the history of music, with over 85 million records sold worldwide! There's a reason Shania earned the nickname "The Queen of Country Pop ."

But why should you - the humble pop music fan - care? Shania 's just a country singer, right? Shania Twain is a flawless Canadian legend and she's the Princess of Pop music (the queen being Dolly, obviously) Love her!

As Canadians, we stand for certain things: real bacon, toques—not beanies—and Shania Twain. While we’re still happy to sing along to “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” we excited that the OG country-pop crossover star is back with fresh music for the first time in 15 years. “I’m relieved that the time has finally come,” says Twain, about the release of her new album Now. “It’s a very good feeling.”

Here are six reasons why—you know what’s coming—Twain is still the one.

She fangirls over celeb covers 

We thought it was a perfect match when pop-rockers Haim covered “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” earlier this summer, and Twain agrees. “It was the coolest thing! I loved it,” she says. “I have yet to meet them. It’s a compliment and it’s also fun for me. It’s entertaining to step back and watch.” (FYI Haim also covered “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and it was EVERYTHING.)

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So there you have it Shania Twain haters. Doesn’t matter what you say, Shania is Still The One! This past Saturday, our own Country Girl model, Jess Adams was dive bombed by a drone in…

Pop . Rock. Country . Related: Why Shania Twain Needs to Release a New Album ASAP. One of the more powerful moments of her show is when she rides out saddle-less atop a white horse as she performs “You’re Still the One.”

She’s #humble 

Both Drake and Nick Jonas count Twain as one of their celeb crushes. A nod from Drizzy himself? She takes it all in stride. “I don’t take it too seriously. There’s not really much I can do. But it’s a compliment. I’m flattered, very flattered by that.”

My WCW even though it’s Monday. Shania.

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She procrastinates like the rest of us 

When it comes to putting something off, Twain gets it. “I procrastinated for a long time about making a new album,” admits the singer. “It’s kind of like starting to work out again. You procrastinate for a while, but once you get to the gym you feel much better about it. Then you get on a roll! That’s what happened to me.”

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Now, the ' Queen of Country Pop ' is back on the road for her farewell tour, Rock This Country Tour and here are 10 Reasons Why Shania Twain Is Still The One. 1) She's almost 50 and still looks HOT AF. 2) Seriously tho, this woman defies aging.

Shania Twain 's farewell tour kicks off this week, which makes it a good time to attempt to pick the ten greatest Twain songs. At the time, she was just a superb country singer, rather than a superhuman category-buster. "Raining On Our Love" – This is peak ballad Shania .

She’s proud of Canada’s pop takeover 

As homegrown talents like The Weeknd, Biebz and Shawn Mendes continue to dominate the charts, Twain says there’s one Canadian who has real staying power. “Alessia Cara is really standing out for me,” she says. “I’ve heard her live a couple of times. She’s a serious songwriter and has got an incredible voice. I bet she’ll be around for a long time.”


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She’s mastered her personal style

Every superstar has a signature look and Twain has hers nailed. Leopard print pieces have been her go-tos for years—including on the cover of her new album, Now. “I do love leopard print,” she says. “But I did wear green leopard print once, so maybe I won’t do that again.”

She follows her instincts 

Twain’s advice for her younger self is on point. “I would tell myself to self-check and self-critique, but not self-doubt. You’ve got to just follow your gut,” she says. “You just have to stick with it. Go through the growing pains on your own and make your own mistakes.”


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