Shania Twain isn’t afraid to break down barriers when it comes to music and gender. In fact, the 57-year-old musician paved the way for pop-country music back in the ’90s and led the way for female country artists to have control in an industry dominated by men.
The star is breaking down all boundaries regarding her changing body. The cover art of her new album. Queen of MeThis release drops February 3. The 57 year-old will let it all hang out. Yes, indeed. “Queen of Country Pop”Is it embracing her? “menopausal body”She hopes to inspire others women to do the exact same.
In a Recent Interview withPEOPLETwain spoke out about her life and how it feels. “unashamed”She is proud of her new body. However, she hasn’t always had a positive body image. As a teenager, the singer tried to hide her body as best she could. “didn’t feel good about becoming a woman.”
Twain was self-conscious about how her body looked as a teenager. However, she was able break free of that shell when she did her first video music. “What Made You Say That?”The singer even showed off her midriff, and she ditched the bra. This look was huge in country music and made Twain a household favorite.
She is confident and comfortable in her Menopausal Body
However, as the most-sold female artist in country music history entered her midlife, she began to feel herself. “regressing.”She quickly accepted menopause and chose to celebrate her changing body. Twain stated, “I was just so unashamed of my new body, you know, as a woman that is well into my menopause. I’m not even emotional about it; I just feel okay about it. It’s really liberating.”
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Twain shares her body positivity to the world in one way: through Cover for her new album. According to the Grammy-winning musician, “This is me expressing my truth. I’m comfortable in my own skin, and this is the way I am sharing that confidence.”
The musician is proud of her body and hopes that other women will follow her example. “Other women that are aging, or any women – even if you’re 12 and you’re developing – you shouldn’t feel like you need to hide behind your fear or your self-conscious shield,”She made a comment. “But you have to do it within your own sense of what is right and good, and safe for you and your own well-being.”