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The friendship between Thiebaud and Twain is still only in its initial stages, according to celebrity news magazines, as Twain recuperates from her May divorce. However, the relationship has positively affected the Grammy Award winner, and according to People Magazine’s source,” she’s finally doing things she always wanted to do, emotionally freeing things. She’s playing tennis four times a week, sky-diving for the first time. I think she’s starting to finally come out of it and it’s awesome to watch.”
Reports began to circle around Twain and her producer, songwriting husband Robert “Mutt” Lange only after the couple had filed for divorce. According to People Magazine, no reason was given as to why the couple split, but a June interview with the magazine had Twain revealing that the star was shocked to learn of a betrayal between not only her husband but also her supposed best friend. Not only did the two families vacation together, but Lange was Twain’s go-to producer after years in the spotlight, creating three albums and five Grammys together, while Marie Ann would accompany Twain to photographed events when Lange wasn’t available. Though both Lange and Marie Ann have denied a connection, the Twain couple still ended up splitting.
After the split Twain went into isolation with her son, only to return brilliantly to present Kenny Chesney with the 42nd Annual CMA Award for Entertainer of the Year.
The crowd gave her a standing ovation while Chesney said “you look good” after picking up his statue. So why all this commotion around a star who hasn’t had a Top Twenty hit in almost a decade? That’s just it…she hasn’t had a hit in forever, and country music stars are all about staying in the industry for years and years. So after returning to the spotlight thanks to a nasty divorce and spotlighted affair, will Shania Twain make a comeback without her longtime producer? Most of the nation hopes so, but only time will tell.
Shania Twain was born Eileen Regina Edwards in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. When her parents died when she was 21 years old she had to take a job singing at a resort in order to raise her siblings. She got a record contract with Mercury Nashville and saw her debut see a few hits streaming the Country Music Television Europe station like “What Made You Say That” and “Dance with the One that Brought You.” After her debut she met Lange and the two began working on her sophomore effort, The Woman in Men, which had hits “Any Man of Mine,” “(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!” and “No One Needs to Know.” She followed the success of the over nine million selling sophomore effort with Come on Over, a 36 million selling album. She took a brief hiatus to have her son in 2001 and returned with Up! in 2006.
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