Shania Twain Reveals the ‘Happiest’ She’s Ever Been, and Yes, It Has To Do With Live Music

by Kayla Zadel
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Shania Twain doesn’t need a man to make her happy. She’s sharing that her happiest moments actually come from her fans.

The country singer is active on social media, and this time she’s replying to one fan’s question.

Twitter user, van gogh away, asks, “what’s the straight up happiest you’ve ever been?” Then she goes onto reveal what her happiest moment has been, which includes Shania Twain. “mine is when I saw shania twain live in concert by myself and tickets got majorly upgraded.”

Twain catches wind of the tweet and replies with her happiest moment.

“Love this! Mine is the moment at the start of a show when the curtain drops and the crowd first see me ❤️ I miss performing for you guys so much,”she writes.

The comments are filled with “we miss you Shania” and hope to see her back in concert soon.

Twain had just started her Let’s Go! residency in Las Vegas when the pandemic shut down all large gatherings. Her second stint in Sin City was estimated to run through 2021. However, it was put on hold just 6 days after launching.

What’s more, Twain proves that she doesn’t need a man in another social media post. “I’m having a party, a party for ONE,” Shania tweets on Valentine’s Day. Additionally, Shania shared a slew of love-themed cards, based on lyrics from her hit songs, to celebrate the holiday.

Shania Twain Teases Fans with New Music

Not once, but twice Twain has mentioned new music to her fans. On her Twitter profile, the Canadian has a tweet pinned that’s dated Jan. 27. It reads, “In new music mode.”

Fans are extremely excited and share their feelings in the comments.

Twain also reveals that she has a “mountain” of new music.

“I mean, I’ve got a mountain of songs now,” she says according to Taste of Country. “You know, COVID has lasted so much longer than any of us expected, so I have enough music for three albums now.”

With the postponement of her Las Vegas residency, the singer-songwriter shifted her focus to writing music, rather than performing it.

“I just keep writing and writing and writing and writing. Yeah, it’s good. I have been very productive, yeah,” Twain continues.

The “Man! I Feel Like a Women” singer says that she’s ready to get back on stage when she gets the green light.

“Well, I’m waiting to get back to Vegas onstage at Zappos. I’ve been waiting like everybody else for the ‘okay’ to get back in the room, you know?” she says with a shrug. “So, I’m on standby, and writing music.”

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