Justin Bieber joins Avril Lavigne and Shania Twain as uber-famous Canadians who are coming forward with their health struggles.
The pair performed "You're Still The One" from 1997's 'Come On Over' at Madison Square Garden.
Twain told The Guardian about both her experience of childhood sexual abuse and her views on Trump – though only one of those topics made the headlines.
The Boy wants us to have four new bank holidays.
YouTube comedy-songwriter Hot Dad sings the strangeness of the comment section, with every spelling mistake intact.
It's the fourth most popular album in Australian history, beaten only by Shania, Farnsy and, er, Meat Loaf.
Looks like Shania has majorly impacted Harry's Styles.
Nothing but respect for MY Prime Minister.
"It's not a sense a pride, it's a sense of independence. I can't think of anything worse than not being self-sufficient."
Shania's done well on the basis of legacy, but Wolf Alice's 'Visions of a Life' should rightfully grab the number 1 spot tomorrow.
The 90s singer talks about working at McDonald's, pulling all-nighters, and growing up poor.