Country pop star Shania Twain recently made waves with her bold fashion choices and cover performance. Not all reactions were positive, and a dive into the recent events surrounding Twain might reveal deeper layers to the story.
Twain’s Latest Fashion Choice Sparks Controversy
Famed for her music, Shania Twain also had critics buzzing about her fashion. She was spotted on the red carpet, decked out in a full green attire. Some fans compared her to a walking mannequin, while others took issue with her short shorts and short hair.
Bed of Roses Cover Yielded Mixed Reactions
Furthering the discourse, Twain's musical performance also stirred debates. She chose to cover Bon Jovi's Bed of Roses during a tribute act. However, the cover generated a range of responses, not all of them positive.
Health Challenges and Comeback
Shania's recent activities stand in stark contrast to a difficult period in her life. She released her sixth studio album, Queen Of Me, last year. This marked her resurgence following two serious health issues. In 2003, Twain contracted Lyme disease that damaged her vocal cords and necessitated surgical intervention.
During the recent Covid pandemic, she faced another health scare with a severe case of pneumonia, leading to a hospital stay for several days. Her latest album even includes a song titled Inhale/Exhale Air, that speaks to her struggles with breathing issues.
Tour Accident Raises Safety Concerns
Adding to her recent troubles, a significant accident occurred last November involving her tour crew. A bus carrying 13 of Twain's crew members had a collision with a truck in Canada when she was not present. The passengers were trapped and had to be freed by emergency services, with all of them subsequently being hospitalized.