The winter blues aren’t getting Shania Twain down this year. The multi-award-winning country star took to Twitter to share a photo of her comfortable and happy in her home. In the photo, she’s smiling in legging and an oversized turtleneck. She’s holding a Christmas-themed gnome door-stop. Her dog looks on from the background, taking in the whole scene.
New door stop! 😁 pic.twitter.com/aWh1yPoiem— Shania Twain 💎 (@ShaniaTwain) December 22, 2020
Shania Twain has long been known for her fashion. From the red carpet to her performances and music videos, she has always been glamourous and stunning. In this post, she proves that it isn’t the clothes that make the woman. Even in a cozy comfortable outfit, the queen of 90’s country-pop looks regal.
A Brief History of Shania Twain
Shania Twain is one of the best-selling recording artists of all time. Her third album, “Come on Over” sold more copies than any other female performer in any genre. At the time, it was the best-selling country album of all time. She was one of the icons of 90s country. Her music continues to connect with audiences around the globe. In short, Shania is a living legend.
Nashville draws in country music talent from all over the country. It isn’t rare to read a country star’s biography and find that they moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a music career at some point. Shania Twain heard the siren song of Music City from north of the border. The country music icon grew up in Ontario, Canada.
She moved to Nashville in the early 90s and not long after that she was catapulted to stardom. While her first album didn’t do that well, her sophomore release, “The Woman in Me.” sold millions of copies. The album had several singles including “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under” and “Any Man of Mine.”
That album was her first taste of real success. Her third album, “Come on Over,” broke sales records and propelled Shania Twain to worldwide stardom. That album produced a dozen singles. Among those singles are tracks that became synonymous with Twain such as “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” and the endlessly infectious, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”
The mark that Shania Twain left on the country music world is undeniable. It is the reason that she and her music still have so many fans today.