To this very day, Shania Twain holds the record for the biggest-selling album by a female artist ever with 1997’s Come On Over shifting more than 40 million units worldwide. But this year she’s celebrating the album that changed her life forever. Shania’s second collection, The Woman In Me, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a Diamond reissue on 2 October, honouring the music that made her a household name the world over. The songs are still beloved by fans everywhere, and set Shania up to become the country queen icon she is today. We had 15 minutes with Shania over Zoom to talk about the impact of the record, why she would have loved social media when she was first starting out, and just how many drag queens she’s seen pay homage to her iconic leopard-print outfit.

The Woman

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