Shania Twain Knows ‘How To Have a Good Time’ in Video from ‘No One Needs To Know’

by Jennifer Shea
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Country star Shania Twain knows how to have a good time in her music videos, including in the video for “No One Needs to Know,” which Twain posted to her Twitter account Sunday morning.

The music video for that song takes place in the midst of a storm and is interspersed with shots of a tornado from the movie “Twister.” It was filmed in Spring Hill, Tennessee in 1996, per IMDb. The song, the sixth single off Twain’s album The Woman in Me, was included on the soundtrack to “Twister.”

“No One Needs To Know right nowww 🌪🥳,” Twain tweeted Sunday. “We know how to have a good time, even during a tornado 😂 Loved incorporating elements of the movie Twister into this music video.”

Watch the video here:

Shania Twain Is Revisiting Key Moments in Her Career

Twain has been in a nostalgic mood lately, by the looks of it. The singer recently donned her dress from 1999’s “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” music video.

“Same outfit, 20 years apart! #letsgogirls,” the 55-year old Twain wrote on Instagram.

Twain then went on to post throwback photos from her “Any Man of Mine” music video, along with some key lyrics. That promptly drew a deluge of fan responses.

And Twain even posted an acronym game based on lyrics to her classic song, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” such as “Let’s go, girls!” and “Wanna make some noise.”  

All told, it looks like Twain is in a good place in her life and can look back fondly on her earlier days. They may have been the make-or-break moments from her career, but she sure seems to have been enjoying herself as she lived them.

Twain Endured Heartbreak Before Happiness

Shania Twain’s first marriage, to Robert John “Mutt” Lange, came to a screeching halt when Lange struck up an affair with her best friend and assistant, Marie-Anne Thiébaud. Lange told Twain he wanted to end their marriage, but he didn’t tell her why. That task fell to Thiébaud’s husband, Frederic, who broke the news to Twain that their spouses had been cheating with each other.

Twain sunk into a deep depression after she learned of Lange’s affair. But she wasn’t out for the count.

“Survival is everything,” Twain told AARP Magazine last year. She added, “I was in quicksand. I panicked, like everybody does, but I didn’t surrender. I found a way out.”

Over time, Twain began to turn to Frederic for support. He of all people knew what she was going through. And what started out as a platonic friendship soon became more than that.

Twain and Frederic got engaged in 2010. They wed in 2011. That they would wind up together in the end is “twisted, but so beautifully twisted,” Twain said. And now Twain, finally comfortable with her spouse and with herself, is having a good time in her personal life, too.