Shania Twain

Yee Haw

Watch Kacey Musgraves and Harry Styles Cover Shania Twain

The pair performed "You're Still The One" from 1997's 'Come On Over' at Madison Square Garden.
Shaad D’Souza
Delta Week

1 in 20 Australians Owns a Copy of Delta Goodrem's "Innocent Eyes"

It's the fourth most popular album in Australian history, beaten only by Shania, Farnsy and, er, Meat Loaf.
Shaad D’Souza

Shania Twain on Confidence, Consent, and 20 Years of 'Come on Over'

"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."
Sarah MacDonald
the vice interview

The VICE Interview: Shania Twain

The 90s singer on working in McDonald's, all-nighters and the way she got into the music industry.
Nick Levine
Holy Shit

Today in Canadian Heritage Moments: Drake Finally Meets Shania Twain

"Man! I Feel Like The Boy!" -we imagine Drake saying after meeting Twain.
Sarah MacDonald

What Happened to Canada's Female Pop Stars?

What is it like to be a Canadian female pop artist? Defeating as fuck.
Sarah MacDonald

Why Is Country Radio So Afraid of Women?

Last week, the “world’s leading authority on radio programming” said if country radio stations want to improve their ratings, they should avoid playing female artists. Um, what?
What I Learned About Style…

What I Learned About Style from Shania Twain's "That Don't Impress Me Much"

Animal prints are the height of fashion.
Mish Way
Style Stage

Ten Music Videos from the 90s That Predicted S/S 2015 Fashion

The design visionaries behind Moschino, Givenchy, Chloe, Pucci, Chanel, and more have all been watching Shania Twain videos for inspiration.
Anne T. Donahue

A Pop Video Is Nothing Without Backup Dancers

We take a look at all of the dancers who helped make the artist.
Anne T. Donahue
The Score

The Score: Mapping the Music, Style, and Mandate of “Practical Magic”

Its motto: Be who you are.
Anne T. Donahue
The Worst Issue Ever

10 Must-Have Albums of All Time

They separate the real music fans from the passing fancies. They are the pillars of what we call "music."
VICE Staff