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
Noisey News

A New Shania Twain Interview Raises Questions About Nuance Online

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.
Lauren O'Neill
Internet videos of paticular importance

Here Is a Song Made Up Entirely of Shania Twain's Facebook Page Comments

YouTube comedy-songwriter Hot Dad sings the strangeness of the comment section, with every spelling mistake intact.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

Harry Styles Says Shania Twain Is His Main Fashion Influence

Looks like Shania has majorly impacted Harry's Styles.
Lauren O'Neill
Holy Shit

Watch Shania Twain Glide on A Sled Through Michael Bay Explosions

Nothing but respect for MY Prime Minister.
Sarah MacDonald

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
Noisey News

Here's Why Brad Pitt Didn't Impress Shania Twain Much

Answers, finally.
Lauren O'Neill
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Hear a Haim-ified Version of Shania Twain's "That Don't Impress Me Much"

The band played the song on the excellently named "Like A Version" radio segment.
Lauren O'Neill
Holy Shit

Shania Twain Returns With First New Music in 15 Years, We Weep

Has a legend ever really returned if they've been in your heart this entire time?
Sarah MacDonald
Internet Exploring

Shania Twain's Twitter Is a Magical Refuge in a Terrible World

Life is short, but Shania Twain is everlasting.
Sarah MacDonald

Here Are All the Canadian Women Worthy of Being on the New Banknotes

Sorry Tonya Harding.
Lisa Power